The ECHO research program is focused on improving health outcomes for children with acute health conditions through the application of the best available evidence - a process known as knowledge translation (KT).

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2020/04/03 @ 15:17
Thanks for sharing!We know these are difficult and uncertain times for many families, and we appreciate those who take the time to voice their opinions. Hopefully #Alberta families can complete the survey and discuss what health topics are important to them! #ParentingInAPandemic https://t.co/4AkxePtKu0
2020/04/03 @ 15:17
Ear infections are common with children and can be very painful. This infographic, put together by @echoktresearch, @TREKKca, and @arche4evidence, explains how to manage symptoms and when to seek care.

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2020/04/02 @ 16:32
Not all cases of #COVID19 require hospitalization. Many cases are mild and can be dealt with at home. If you’re caring for a COVID patient at home, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. https://t.co/206bKtBYzT echoKTresearch photo