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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2019/04/17 @ 8:19
Have you checked out the Stollery Story Squad! Our Squad is made up of 300 families who are looking to share their #Stollery story, thank donors like you and highlight the amazing work being done at the Hospital. Learn more: https://t.co/Ti9Ss4WIRR #StolleryBackyard https://t.co/dutaZmEdYw echoKTresearch photo
2019/04/17 @ 8:19
We’re so excited for the new @KidsInPain initiative funded by @NCE_RCE ! Solutions for Kids in Pain will work to bridge the gap between #evidence & practice in health institutions, transforming #pain management for #Canadian children | https://t.co/GGOIZ1kiyx #ItDoesntHavetToHurt
2019/04/15 @ 4:54
The parent tools on our website provide evidence-based information on the symptoms of common #pediatric acute conditions, how to manage them at home, and when to seek care. Check out https://t.co/pjDfbZqaFP to learn more!
@arche4evidence @echoKTresearch @ChildHealthCan @UAlberta https://t.co/5RWXU0USWX
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