The ECHO research program is focused on improving health outcomes for children by developing arts-based health resources for parents and families about common childhood conditions.

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2020/07/11 @ 13:56
Have you seen our latest resources?

Check out our infographic and video for information on what to expect at your child's next visit to the emergency department (ED) during the #COVID19 pandemic

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2020/07/09 @ 16:28
Having a child test positive for #COVID19 has many challenges.

We want to hear about your experiences and information needs so we can help other families affected by COVID.

Please email echokt @ualberta.ca or visit https://t.co/8qhQQ3OKCR for more info about this study. https://t.co/KxlUy4PrFa
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2020/07/08 @ 17:14
Our #StolleryScienceLab Distinguished Researchers have messages of gratitude to celebrate @stollerykids Day of Thanks. Thanks to you, these experts in children's health are developing tools, leading programs and improving treatments for kids now and in the future. #stollerythanks https://t.co/BOC2lxSX4G echoKTresearch photo