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In This Issue... January 23, 2017

TREKK E-update: January 23, 2017

Happy new year from the TREKK team! 2017 will be a busy year for TREKK as we aim to produce more bottom line recommendations, parent tools and evidence-based resources.

See below to find out more about our award-winning video on gastroenteritis, our recently published Needs Assessment results and the upcoming Pediatric Emergency Research Canada scientific meeting.

In This Issue...

Gastroenteritis video wins runner-up prize

TREKK Needs Assessment results published

TREKK meeting at Pediatric Emergency Research Canada annual meeting

CanadiEM blog: TREKK Series | Intussusception

Gastroenteritis video wins runner-up prize

We're happy to announce that our gastroenteritis video won second place in the Canadian Institutes of Health Research IHDCYH Video Talks contest. This is a team success, as we partnered with the Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE) and Evidence in Child Health to enhance Outcomes (ECHO) to produce it.

Our croup video, also produced in partnership with ARCHE and ECHO, won second place as well. 

TREKK Needs Assessment results published

The results from our Needs Assessment on health care professionals pediatric preferences in the emergency department have now been published. See the abstract here

TREKK meeting at Pediatric Emergency Research Canada annual meeting

The annual Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC) scientific meeting is coming up quickly – have you registered yet? We hope to see you in Banff on Tuesday, January 31 when we host the TREKK meeting from 12:45-4 pm. For information on the TREKK meeting and how to register, click here

CanadiEM blog: TREKK Series | Intussusception

We are excited to be working with CanadiEM on a new blog series in pediatric emergency medicine. The third blog in the series is on intussusception and reviews an 18 month female with episodes of abdominal pain, poor appetite and other symptoms.

Read the blog here

 

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