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October 29, 2013



In This Issue

TREKK Annual Report Summary

What have we been up to this past year? What are we working hard to achieve in the coming year? Find out in our 2015/16 Annual Report Summary

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TREKK Network Meeting

Our TREKK Network Meeting in Winnipeg on Saturday, October 5th was a great opportunity to meet Network members, get the latest update on our Knowledge Needs Assessment, hear about our progress, and participate in group discussion to plan future work. Over 70 people from across Canada attended the day. Thank you to everyone who took part.

Presentation slides and photos on now on trekk.ca.


January 2014 TREKK meeting at PERC Annual Scientific Meeting

The Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC) 2014 Scientific Meeting is from January 26-30th, 2014 at the Fairmont Mont Tremblant Hotel. 

A TREKK meeting will be held on Tuesday, Jan 28th.  There is no registration fee to attend the TREKK meeting but registration fees will apply to attend the rest of the PERC Scientific Meeting. Visit trekk.ca for more information.

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Croup in children - a Canadian Medical Association Review

Congratulations to TREKK Co-director, David Johnson, and Candice Bjornson whose review, Croup in Children, was published in the October 15th edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The review covers:

When should croup be suspected?
What investigations, if any, are needed?
How should croup be treated?
When is it safe for a child to be discharged home?

The full review is on the CMAJ website. Please note: online access requires a CMAJ subcription.

link >> CMAJ website


Publications and grant information from Pediatric Emergency Research Canada

Did you know you trekk.ca has publications and grant information from TREKK partner, Pediatric Emergency Research Canada? PERC is a network of health professionals who create new knowledge through research.

Find out more on trekk.ca


The TREKK story

Do you know the TREKK story? Watch the video, share it and tell us what you think!

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Inputs-from-the-needs-assessment 1. Needs Assessment

The final TREKK site has officially completed survey data collection for the Needs Assessment phase. Overall, we collected more than 2,850 surveys from 32 TREKK sites, which was no small feat! Thank you to all of the site representatives and to our TREKK Coordinators for your hard work.


We are also nearing completion of the qualitative phase of the Needs Assessment. Eight sites were purposefully selected for maximum variation and we have successfully conducted focus groups and waiting room observations in the EDs at six of these sites: Western Memorial (NL), Carbonear General (NL), Bethesda General (MB), Stanton Territorial (NT), Leduc Community (AB), and Northeast Community Health Centre (AB). Two more sites in Ontario (Stratford & St. Mary's) will complete data collection in November.


We look forward to providing a full report of the Needs Assessment findings in early 2014.


For any needs assessment questions, call Lauren Albrecht, Needs Assessment Coordinator, at (780) 492 9682 or email lauren.albrecht@ualberta.ca, Monday to Friday from 8:30am - 4:30 pm (MST).

 


Keep in touch

To keep up to date on the latest news and events from TREKK:

Any questions, comments, feedback?  We'd love to hear from you.

You can also email the Central Admin Team at trekk@mich.ca or call (204) 975 7744.


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