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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2018/11/19 @ 10:44
Dr. Scott and her team @echoKTresearch have used #ArtsinMedicine to "empowering parents, to help them become meaningful partners in the health care system." To learn more about their work, visit our blog: https://t.co/Liugql7CkS or REGISTER for #META2018: https://t.co/ih5Kdf84Ko https://t.co/GI7yOLg0Bg echoKTresearch photo
2018/11/19 @ 10:44
You may not need to use antibiotics to make an ear infection go away. Check out our video (and vote by giving us a "thumbs up") on ear infections in the @CIHR_IRSC #IHDCYHTalks Video Competition 👍 https://t.co/haMeKj7odf https://t.co/WqKhWcvZbp echoKTresearch photo
2018/11/19 @ 5:25
ICYMI: Procedural pain in children: a qualitative study of caregiver experiences and information needs via @BMC_series | https://t.co/VzpHjQGwpE @ARCHE4evidence @echoktresearch @drsaminaali https://t.co/wfA7y8OHFJ echoKTresearch photo