Bronchiolitis is a viral infection that affects our breathing. It is most common in children under 2 years, and can be stressful for families and caregivers.
We've been working with ECHO Resarch (Translating Evidence in Child Health to Enhance Outcomes) and ARCHE (Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence) to create health resources for families and caregivers on bronchiolitis and other common childhood illnesses. Our resources provide health information based on the latest research to help families and caregivers care for their sick children.
This year we entered our video on bronchiolitis in the IHDCYH Talks Video Competition, hosted by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Learn more about the competition here. We are grateful for the support from our strong network of partners, collaborators, fellow healthcare staff, and families.
You can help us share our resources and win the IHDYCH Talks Video Competition by voting (liking the video on YouTube) and sharing the video (available here) within your networks. Please note, in order to vote (like the video), you must be signed in to your YouTube or Gmail account.
See all of our tools here: https://trekk.ca/patientsandfamilies