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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2018/12/05 @ 8:12
#Gastroenteritis is common in infants & children, and can cause dehydration. Learn about Salima & Ali’s experience with gastro through this interactive storybook | https://t.co/THBa5b2RIL https://t.co/SATgMR4bqU echoKTresearch photo
2018/12/05 @ 5:49
Are children in care of the child welfare system receiving basic preventive health services like immunization? Check out our new systematic review of the existing literature. https://t.co/3YMC01l6sX @_JenniferSarah
2018/12/05 @ 5:47
Some of our fabulous centennial steering committee met for a thank-you lunch with Dean @gretagc today. These students and alumnae put so much effort into making this year a success for #UAlbertaNursing, and we are so grateful for their work! ❤️ #UAlberta #nu100 https://t.co/VdIqrYVOOv echoKTresearch photo