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.
In a remarkable new genetic discovery, researchers at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, University Health Network, Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research and SickKids have found strong evidence that rare DNA variations can lead to Tetralogy of Fallot.
A diagnostic tool used to better understand blood test results for children, has expanded to enhance clinical interpretation of almost all clinically important blood tests. CALIPER contains “normal” blood test results from healthy children, called reference intervals, which are used as a benchmark to determine whether a patients’ results are within the expected range.
It was five years ago that the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning opened its doors to over 2,000 researchers, trainees and staff. Today, it lays the foundation for excellent patient care at SickKids, attracts the world’s best researchers, runs leading-edge facilities and conducts innovative interdisciplinary research.
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.