Improving health care access to coordinated, consistent high-quality care for children and their families
Health-care providers can refer a patient to SickKids using our new system, EpicCare Link.
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During our transition to our new referral platform, EpicCare Link, we encountered some technical difficulties that we are working hard to resolve. Learn more about how we are making improvements.
Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy and lactation does not affect fetal or infant growth up to one year of age, according to the results of The Maternal Vitamin D for Infant Growth (MDIG) Trial, led by researchers at SickKids and International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b).
The Board of Trustees of The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) announced today that Dr. Michael Apkon, SickKids President and CEO, will be leaving SickKids to assume the role of CEO at Tufts Medical Centre and Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, Massachusetts. The transition will occur this fall.
Researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have established safe dosing and tolerability of a pharmaceutical formulation of tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) given to reduce seizures and improve quality of life for children with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE) due to Dravet Syndrome.
Karen Dryden-Palmer and Christopher Parshuram, clinicians and academics in the SickKids Critical Care Program, give their perspective on end-of-life care.
International Youth Day serves as an annual celebration of young women and men as essential partners in change, and an opportunity to raise awareness of challenges and problems facing the world’s youth. As a sibling of a SickKids patient and a patient herself, Vanessa Williams shares her unique insight on the challenges of feeling “different” and “alone” and what it means to have a peer network that understands.
Drs. Fiona Campbell and Lisa Isaac, staff anesthesiologists at SickKids, give their perspective on the intersection of pain and the opioid crisis.