This website serves as a Repository for all session materials and provides information about the EMS ECHO & ReACT

The Ministry of Health partners with Seed Global Health to conduct biweekly tele-mentorship sessions & Quarterly hands-on skills training for Health Care Workers in the Emergency Units across the Country


To provide Health Care Professionals with the knowledge and skills they require to manage a wide scope of Health and related emergencies.


EMS ECHO uses a mixture of Video conferencing, Case-based learning & Hands-on trainings to bring together Health Care Professionals and the few available Subject matter experts to discuss a topic of interest.


Establish and Functionalize Resuscitation Action Teams (ReACT) at high volume health facilities
across the Country.

Tele-mentorship sessions

Upcoming Sessions

Join us for our upcoming virtual events , hosted via zoom! To access the meetings, please click on the links below

what we do

Our Areas of Focus

We are focused on providing Health Care Professionals with continuous mentorship in emergency care so as to lessen the morbidity and mortality attributed to emergencies

Prehospital Care

Emergency scene response is key to the survival of patients with both medical and Surgical Emergencies. By providing prehospital responders with knowledge, skills and equipment, we aim to ensure that unstable patients are stabilized prior to and during transportation to Health Care Facilities.

In-Hospital Care

The Ministry of Health Emergency Medical Services ECHO (MOH EMS ECHO) Initiative strives to establish Resuscitation Action Teams (ReACT) at all high volume health facilities. Multidisplinary teams will handle emergencies on wards and in emergency units. This will be accomplished by a combination of online and physical learning conducted by onsite Regional mentors complimented by visiting experts

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Our Collaborators

We are grateful for the assistance of our collaborators who relentlessly join us to make a positive impact in emergency care in Uganda