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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2019/08/22 @ 12:18
Useful and important parent tools from @TREKKca! Check out their website for more information and to find out how their knowledge mobilization network addresses critical knowledge gaps and improves emergency care for children across Canada. https://t.co/U2eMkK9uuq #pediatric #ED https://t.co/E0wLa6xhUj
2019/08/21 @ 9:25
We strive to provide parents & families with easy to understand, reliable health information.⠀Check out our parent tools to learn more about managing common childhood conditions such as fevers, croup, & ear infections⠀| https://t.co/3QHPe4iOBo @echoKTresearch @arche4evidence https://t.co/moHqwG5I4a echoKTresearch photo
2019/08/20 @ 11:10
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@micyrn is recruiting for a national young persons’ advisory group to raise awareness of the importance of youth in research and discuss outcomes important for children and young people involved in clinical trials. Learn more here: https://t.co/AxjlqXybsb https://t.co/SwqarRIICF
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