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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2019/12/06 @ 15:30
Did you know babies and children can get urinary tract infections?

This interactive infographic explains symptoms, treatment and when to seek emergency care for your child.

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2019/12/02 @ 14:49
We are thrilled to announce #UAlbertaNursing Dr. Salima Meherali—under the mentorship of Dr. Shannon Scott—has successfully been awarded a @WCHRIUofA CRISP grant for her project titled: Sexual and reproductive health needs of immigrant adolescents. #DoGreatThings @echoKTresearch https://t.co/rfH2jsa6sU echoKTresearch photo
2019/12/02 @ 12:47
New publication: A realist evaluation to identify contexts and mechanisms that enabled and hindered implementation and had an effect on sustainability of a lean intervention in pediatric healthcare

https://t.co/fizm42bKAT @Rach_Flynn1 @echoKTresearch https://t.co/hORxud9s7n
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