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TREKK E-update: May 4, 2017 May 4, 2017

May 4, 2017

Spring is finally here and that means conference season is in full swing! In this e-update we have a newly reviewed bottom line recommendation, a new parent resource and a few conferences for you to enjoy.  

In This Issue...

Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians

Two year review: TREKK Bronchiolitis Bottom Line Recommendations

Learning to Live With Chronic Pain

Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

The 2017 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum will be held May 17-18th in the National Capital Region of Canada: Ottawa-Gatineau. TREKK will have a workshop and a presentation at the forum.

The workshop will discuss "Engaging end-users to develop KT tools and build meaningful network capacity: The TREKK experience". The presentation will focus on "Using social network analysis and qualitative methods to harness the power of a network".

If you haven't registered yet or want to know more, click here

Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians

The 2017 CAEP conference will run from June 3rd-7th in Whistler, British Columbia. Enjoy presentations on topics such as research, pain & addiction, International Emergency Medicine and more. 

Find out more here

Two year review: TREKK Bronchiolitis Bottom Line Recommendations

As part of our commitment to providing tools and resources that are current and up-to-date, we review our resources every two years and update them based on any new evidence. The two year review of our bronchiolitis bottom line is now complete. Dr. Amy Plint, the content adviser for bronchiolitis, is based at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and her research is focused on managing bronchiolitis and adverse events in the emergency department. 

Click here to see the updated bottom line in both French and English.

Learning to Live With Chronic Pain

Know pain - know gain. Parents, check out this storybook on chronic pain in children and how to manage the daily challenges associated with it. The book was created through a collaboration of researchers from ECHOStollery Children's Hospital, and the Women and Children's Health Research Institute.


You can read the book here.

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