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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Psychology, speech and other rehab services at SickKids' new clinic in York Region
Circumcision services by physicians from the Division of Urology
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.
Despite the significance of tissue mechanics in cancer, the way solid tumour cells sense and respond to their physical environment is largely unknown. Researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) recently found that in glioma cells, ion channels can promote cancerous growth.
Photovoice, a therapeutic support program at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), combines photography with weekly group sessions so participants can express themselves and communicate their cancer journeys.
“Caring Safely - a joint SickKids and UHN collaboration to prevent harm and promote patient and staff safety” has been selected as a Merit Awardee of the International Hospital Federation (IHF) Excellence Award for Leadership and Management in Healthcare.
Helena Kirk discusses her own cancer journey and her current advocacy efforts for increased funding for paediatric cancers.
There are many conversations happening in our country related to cannabis. Two primary focuses of discussion relate to its medical use and its legalization for recreational use. These two conversations, though related, have important distinctions. This Perspective by Dr. Karen Leslie and Connie Cameron aims to characterize those differences by presenting the knowledge and evidence that distinguishes them.
Karen Dryden-Palmer and Christopher Parshuram, clinicians and academics in the SickKids Critical Care Program, give their perspective on end-of-life care.