Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids
TREKK is a growing network of
who share the same goal - to improve emergency care for children across Canada.
What is TREKK?
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February 2015- Check out the latest pediatric podcast on the treatment and management of bronchiolitis from Emergency Medicine Cases as well as a bonus mini-podcast with Dr. Amy Plint.
Register early for the first annual Pediatric Emergency Refresher Course on April 29th. The course is open to nurses, physician and allied health professionals who provide emergency care to children and will cover topics such as Interactive X-Ray Cases, Accidental vs Non-Accidental Injury, the Triage of Infants, UTI and Fever.
Up to 85% of children in Canada who need emergency care are managed in a general emergency department (ED). As many as 40% of these children do not get treatments for which clear evidence exists and up to 20% get a treatment which is of no benefit or may be harmful.