Team: News and Events
Posted on February 19, 2016


Announcement: OUTCH Study

Team: News and Events

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The OUTCH (outcomes in child health) study hopes to learn what's important to parents and caregivers when their child is, or has been, sick with an acute respiratory infection (including illnesses like bronchiolitis, croup, strep throat or tonsillitis, a sinus infection, wheezing, the flu, pneumonia, or acute asthma). 

The information gained through this study will be used to help answer the following questions:

  1. What is most important to parents when their child is sick?
  2. How can we use this information to help provide the best possible care to kids?
  3. Can we use social media to connect with parents to help us answer important health care questions?

Are you a parent or a caregiver of a child (0-17 years old) who has had an illness that affected their breathing? Join the conversation on facebook today and/or share within your network!

Visit the OUTCH discussion board.