ECHO's Guiding Principles
This we believe:
- ECHO recognizes the valuable contributions of participants to research design, conduct, oversight and dissemination. Engagement should occur in our work as early and often as possible.
- ECHO recognizes participants are embedded within families and communities that must be incorporated into stakeholder engagement frameworks.
- ECHO supports its investigators in building internal and community capacity to enhance engagement at the local level in order to create mutual value.
- ECHO is transparent and trustworthy. We communicate Program updates and share results in formats and language understandable to participants; and we engage in dialogue with communities where the research is conducted.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information about how the ECHO Program works with participants, families, and communities.