From left to right: Eugini Ann Tolentino, Rabail Shahid, Rachel Joffe, Rebecca Campbell This semester we have been delighted to have 4 students from the after-degree BScN program join our ECHO Team through a Nursing Leadership Course! These 4 students are participating in a new leadership course, designed to provide opportunities to consolidate prior learning and develop confidence while preparing to transition into the role of Registered Nurse. The course focus is on collaboration with interprofessional teams, systems thinking, and healthcare system change. Students Continue reading →
Congratulations to Chentel Cunningham on being awarded a WCHRI 2019 Graduate Studentship!! Chentel is a doctoral student with ECHO and a Nurse Practitioner at the Stollery Children’s Hospital. Her research focuses on knowledge translation in relation to pediatric heart failure. We are so proud of you Chentel! See the WCHRI announcement to find a full list of awarded applicants.
*Please note this phase of the study is now complete and we are no longer looking for participants. Is your child suffering from constipation? We want to hear from you! Your child may be suffering from constipation if they have 2 or more of the following: 2 or fewer poops in the toilet per week (at 4 years of age) Has accidents or stains in his or her underwear Holds his or her poops Hard or painful poops Large poops that plug the Continue reading →
Congratulations to ECHO post-doctoral fellow Dr. Rachel Flynn on being awarded one of the 2019 WCHRI Postdoctoral Fellowships! Dr. Flynn is evaluating the sustainability of research-based products used to improve child health. Her fellowship will provide evidence for further research on how to rigorously evaluate sustainability outcomes and develop strategies to use research-based products. Thank you to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute for providing the funding for this fellowship. A huge congratulations to the other recipients (a Continue reading →