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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2021/07/22 @ 15:19
We understand parents have a lot to say about their child’s health and we want to hear your voices!

Visit https://t.co/5GWrL3zrSG or email pedadvgp @ualberta.ca to find out how you can join our Pediatric Parents’ Advisory Group (P-PAG). https://t.co/KrmXMy1OCG
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2021/07/08 @ 14:19
Always grateful for the enduring support from @WCHRIUofA @StolleryKids so that we can make it easier for families make decisions when their children are sick @lisa_hartling @arche4evidence #powerofresearch https://t.co/4nGOwPN3NA echoKTresearch photo
2021/06/28 @ 12:01
To check verity of health resources that have been developed in collaboration with our partners, funders, and parents' groups and to learn about common childhood illnesses, visit our tools page https://t.co/HTACFRwYy1. https://t.co/ydEyk365NR echoKTresearch photo