Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO) is a collaborative model of education developed by The University of Mexico and is now used all over the world, and by over 40 hospices in the UK.
St Columba’s Hospice use ECHO to widen access to palliative care knowledge and skills by supporting health and social care professionals who deliver palliative care other than in a hospice.
St Columba’s asked us to propose and then provide an upgrade to the audio visual facilities in their existing teaching room to allow a modern solution to present, video conference and collaborate as part of the echo project and as a general meeting space.
After discussion and successful demonstration and proof of concept the solution was provided using the following equipment:
The installed AV solution has enabled the room to become a multipurpose space for presenting and video conferencing, by both staff and visitors alike. The simple control system means at the touch a few buttons someone with no training can switch the system, select their desired PC or laptop and start presenting or conferencing.
Please feel free to get in touch and discuss your AV project requirements with one of our sales consultants. We can offer you the best advice and options moving forward.