Evaluating Children’s Health Outcomes – ECHO

I am a founding member of ECHO, which  is a Research Centre at Laurentian University dedicated to the study of health and health-related quality of life issues in children and young adults. The primary goal of the ECHO Research Centre is to promote the development of child health knowledge through research.

The key objectives of ECHO are:

  1. To facilitate the training of researchers in child health research by enveloping them in a supportive child health research environment;
  2. To increase the credibility of members at the funding table by achieving broader recognition;
  3. To achieve efficiencies through collective hiring and sharing of best practices;
  4. To increase the volume and quality of child health research.

Check out ECHO’s website by clicking on the picture below – you can also find us on FaceBook by clicking the icon below:

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December 8, 2015 – Workshop on Program Evaluation with Aboriginal Youth: Sharing Examples and Promising Practices

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