Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) is a national network working to improve children’s emergency care across Canada.We’re connecting emergency specialists, child health researchers, patients and families to speed up how the latest knowledge in children’s emergency care is put into practice in general emergency departments across Canada.
We developed our app at the request of rural and remote communities, where accessing online resources isn’t always an option due to lack of Internet connection and cellular data.

To break down this barrier, our app pulls content from our website and allows users to browse our resources offline. Once the documents are downloaded (using the Internet or cellular data), users can use the File tab to store PDFs and view them offline.

Our app takes us one step closer to achieving our goal: for every acutely ill or injured child receive the highest standard of emergency care no matter where they live in Canada.
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What's New

As of version 6.0 The TREKK mobile app will now support the ability of the content team to send important update notifications to the TREKK mobile app. This will assist in keeping users updated on new opportunities and content without having to rely on online connectivity to access the TREKK website. This is part of a progressive 'offline first' design effort on the part of the TREKK team to improve the provision of instant, offline TREKK content on the TREKK mobile app.
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Additional Information

December 19, 2019
Current Version
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Diverse Content: Discretion Advised
Offered By
Lead IT - - Greg Van De Mosselaer
John Buhler Research Centre 512E-715 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P4
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