end+disparities ECHO Collaborative

Note: This initiative has ended.

The end+disparities ECHO Collaborative was a national initiative to reduce health disparities among four disproportionately affected HIV subpopulations: MSM of color; African American and Latina women; transgender people; and youth aged 13-24.

The 18-month collaborative aimed to increase viral suppression rates in these four groups and to increase local quality improvement capacity. Participants helped create a national community of learners from diverse program types, settings, and geographic locations. The initiative was managed by the Center for Quality Improvement & Innovation (CQII), funded by the HRSA Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) and developed using the Project Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO) model. 

end+disparities Collaborative Resources

end+disparities Videos

Call to Action

This end+disparities video highlights HIV care disparities and explains how we can work together to eliminate them. Share the video with your colleagues and join other HIV providers across the country for our upcoming national collaborative.

Get to know the end+disparities ECHO Collaborative

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Kick-Off Session and Pre-Work