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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2021/06/16 @ 13:11
We appreciate the shout out about our research and are grateful for the ongoing support from @WCHRIUofA @StolleryKids @UAlbertaNursing https://t.co/RrtU9P84AD
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Women & Children's Health Research Institute @WCHRIUofA
Researchers Shannon Scott and Lisa Hartling are ensuring parents can make informed decisions when their children go through a health crisis.

Learn about their evidence-based online tools:

https://t.co/1Q7tRGyIIY

#StolleryScienceLab funded by @StolleryKids. https://t.co/uslmdlyvgd
2021/06/14 @ 14:30
Proud to have our research highlighted in the WCHRI 2020-2021 Annual Report https://t.co/cItOHgyM9J. #grateful for @WCHRIUofA @StolleryKids ongoing support!
@UAlbertaNursing @UAlberta @BFlanaganUofA
2021/05/31 @ 14:21
Our research team has developed an #online_infographic about pediatric #concussions and is seeking the input of parents and caregivers to evaluate our infographic.
Follow the link to find out more information about how you can help!
https://t.co/DyDsIs042D

#childhoodconcussions https://t.co/9MbwYnDUhz
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