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July 17, 2014


On July 1st, 2014 Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect. Under this new legislation, the existing TREKK mailing list is covered by implied consent but a formal process for re-subscription will follow in the weeks to come. Please note that you that you can remove yourself from the TREKK e-Update mailing list at any time.

 

Thanks to everyone who gave feedback via survey on the new look and content of our TREKK resource respository. We've taken your suggestions and comments and incorporated them into the updated design of trekk.ca. We appreciate your patience as we continue to add content and pediatric emergency resources throughout the site. Please be sure to check back frequently to see what's new.

 

Looking for pediactric emergency podcasts? Check out the selection from Dr. Anton Helman and the team at Emergency Medicine Cases featuring talks on pediatric orthopedics, syncope, gastroenteritis, head injury and more. TREKK will be working with Dr. Helman over the coming year to produce more podcasts relating to pediactric emergency medicine.


In This Issue

Reinventing Research: Engaging Patients and Parents

Read about how the Centre for Healthcare Innovation and TREKK are engaging parents in the latest issue of MB Medicine.

link >> Reinventing Research: Engaging Patients and Parents

link >> George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation


Guidelines for Pediatric Concussion Launched in Ottawa

June 25th, 2014 - Emergency medicine researchers at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation have launched recommendations aimed at treating children and teens with concussions.

link >> Guidelines for Pediatric Concussion


TREKK Data Presentation for Healthcare Consumers

Calling all parents and healthcare consumers! Our nationwide needs assessment asked over 890 families across Canada what their information needs and preferences were when taking their child to an emergency department. We now need your help to find the best ways to share these results with the public - by completing and sharing our 10 minute survey.


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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