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Concussion Study

We need your help identifying the most important questions for concussion research. If you currently have a concussion or have had a concussion in the past, we want to hear from you. If you are a family member, friend, partner, caregiver or healthcare provider who has cared for someone with a concussion, concussive symptoms, or a mild traumatic brain injury, we need your opinion too!

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Updated fact sheet on COVID-19 and kids

Our fact sheet on pediatric COVID-19 was recently reviewed and updated! The resource is designed for emergency healthcare providers and has evidence-based information on clinical presentation, symptoms, testing and treatment for kids with COVID-19. Download the new resource here.

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New asthma video for parents

Asthma is a common condition that causes your airways to swell and fill with mucus. This can make it hard to breathe. Symptoms of asthma can be mild, moderate, or severe and can vary between children over time and across seasons. ⠀ ⠀ ECHO Research has created a new video for parents, with tips to help families understand common symptoms of asthma, how to manage symptoms at home, and when to s...

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Brain Awareness Week

It's Brain Awareness Week! Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign founded by the Dana Foundation, designed to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science.  We're highlighting two important resources related to treating children with brain injuries and developmental disabilities in the emergency department (ED): 

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Join our team!

We're looking for TWO dynamic individuals to join our network. Both of these positions will be based in Winnipeg, Manitoba at our central administrative office (currently remote due to COVID-19). Join the TREKK network and help guide, shape, and influence children's emergency care in Canada. Are you or would someone you know be interested in applying? See the postings below for more informatio...

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NEW Burns Bottom Line Recommendations

Burns are a leading cause of unintentional injury and death in children, with the vast majority of cases occurring in the home. Regardless of the burn depth or extent, these injuries can have significant long-term functional, aesthetic, and psychological consequences for the child.  We have a NEW Bottom Line Recommendation available for pediatric thermal burns! The two-page summary has evide...

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Join the TREKK Board of Directors!

Are you interested in an opportunity to guide, shape and influence how the latest knowledge in children’s emergency care is mobilized to communities and health authorities across Canada? Would you consider bringing your skills to a national board level? We are currently looking for applicants to serve on our Board of Directors with experience in marketing and/or communications and experience...

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Has your child tested positive for COVID-19?

The ECHO research program and Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE) are interviewing Canadian parents of children who tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Their goal is to understand parent experiences and information needs. Click here to find more information and contact details. Check out episode 1 of EM Quick Hits, featuring helpful tips for pediatr...

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Updated Resources for Bronchiolitis

Bronchiolitis is a common viral illness, characterized by acute inflammation in the airways, edema and necrosis of epithelial cells lining the small airways, bronchospasm, and increased mucus production.  Our Bottom Line Recommendations for bronchiolitis recently went through a two-year review and are now updated based on the latest evidence! The two-page summary has information on diagno...

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