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Patients and Families

We have a variety of knowledge translation tools for parents and caregivers on common childhood conditions. These tools are designed to provide evidence-based health information to parents and families to help them care for their sick children at home, and to aid them in understanding when to seek emergency department care. We work hard to engage health care providers, parents and caregivers throughout our tool development process. 

The information provided on TREKK.ca is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and their own physician or healthcare provider.

Concussion

In 2019, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation worked withconcussion experts and researchers to create a living clinicalpractice guideline for pediatric concussion.




RECOVER (Resources on Concussion in a Virtual Environment) was a study being conducted by researchers at Alberta Health Services, the University of Calgary and the University of Alberta. To improve outcomes for children with concussion who are seen in emergency departments, the study developed tools to help physicians and nurses provide better care and to help families to learn more about, assess, and monitor concussion.




This is a quick review of concussions: what they are and what they do.




This is a quick review of concussions: what they are and what they do.




In 2019, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation worked withconcussion experts and researchers to create a living clinicalpractice guideline for pediatric concussion.




RECOVER (Resources on Concussion in a Virtual Environment) was a study being conducted by researchers at Alberta Health Services, the University of Calgary and the University of Alberta. To improve outcomes for children with concussion who are seen in emergency departments, the study developed tools to help physicians and nurses provide better care and to help families to learn more about, assess, and monitor concussion.




This is a quick review of concussions: what they are and what they do.




This is a quick review of concussions: what they are and what they do.