Congratulations again to Alyson Campbell on being awarded a WCHRI 2018 Graduate Studentship!! Alyson is a doctoral student and research assistant with ECHO. Her research focuses on knowledge translation in relation to pediatric concussions. We are so proud of you Alyson! See the WCHRI announcement to read more!
Congratulations to Alyson Campbell on being awarded a WCHRI 2018 Patient and Community Engagement Training Grant!! Alyson is a doctoral student and research assistant with ECHO. Her research focuses on knowledge translation in relation to pediatric concussions. See the WCHRI announcement to read more!
Croup is a common respiratory illness caused by a viral infection. It can cause swelling of the upper airway, including the windpipe (trachea), voice box (larynx) and vocal cords. This swelling can lead to a hoarse voice, barky cough and sometimes difficulty breathing. It occurs most often in babies and children up to 3 years of age because their airways are smaller, but older children can also get it. Croup most often happens in the fall and winter months, but it can happen in any Continue reading →
Gastroenteritis is an infection of the bowel (intestines) caused by a virus or bacteria that can cause diarrhea and vomiting. It is common in infants and children, and can cause the loss of important fluids and minerals (dehydration). Find out about Salima and Ali’s experiences with gastroenteritis through an interactive story book. Browse through the interactive gastroenteritis page for information on the signs, symptoms, treatment and management of gastroenteritis and what to do if you are a parent or family dealing with gastroenteritis. This eBook was Continue reading →
While acute pain is our body’s way of letting us know something is wrong, chronic pain is very different, and can persist for months or years. This eBook shares Megan and her family’s experiences dealing with chronic pain, the struggle to achieve daily activities, and how the family learned to manage and cope with Megan’s pain. This eBook and associated breathing exercises were created through a collaboration between ECHO Research, the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, and the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute (WCHRI).
We are happy to announce that Dr. Shannon Scott has once again been awarded the Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Knowledge Translation for Child Health! A big congratulations to all the other CRC Award Holders, especially those at the University of Alberta. We are pleased to be working among such distinguished colleagues!
Congratulations to Lauren Albrecht on receiving one of Avenue Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40 Awards in 2017! Lauren is a PhD student with ECHO Research as well as co-founder, producer and co-host of Nerd Nite Edmonton. Way to go Lauren!!
Shannon Scott and the ECHO program were featured in the December 2011 edition of Metro Edmonton.
“The purpose of knowledge translation in children’s health care is to make sure that the decisions that are being made are informed by the latest research.” – Dr. Shannon Scott Using what we know: bringing evidence and practice to parents. This article was featured in the winter 2009–2010 edition of the University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing magazine following Dr. Shannon Scott’s Avenue Magazine award as one of Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40.
Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40 Award In 2009, Dr. Shannon Scott was honoured with an Avenue Magazine Top 40 Under 40 Award for “being a star in the new field of knowledge translation.”