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About Sickkids
About SickKids

Steven Moss, MD, FRCP(C), DipABPed

The Hospital for Sick Children
Physician
Paediatric Emergency Medicine

University of Toronto
Associate Professor
Department of Paediatrics


Phone: 416-813-7424
Email: steven.moss@sickkids.ca

Brief Biography

1982 -1983 - Undergraduate, University of Toronto
1984 -1987 - Medical School, University of Toronto
1988 - 1991 - Paediatric Residency, McGill University
1992, 1998, 2005, 2015 American Board of Pediatrics

1994 - 2014 - Paediatic Program Undergraduate/Postgraduate Site Director
2000 - 2005 - Chair of Education, Child health Network
1996 - 2014 - Undergrate Education Committee, Sickkids
1996 - 2014 - Postgraduate Educaton Committee, Sickkids

2011 - 2014 - Provincial Infectious Disease Advisory Committee

2014 - Rotman School of Continuing Education, Strategic Leadership Advance Certificate

Learning Interests

University of Toronto Medical School
2003 - 2016 Lecturer Foundations of Medical Practice/ MMMD
Immunization Promotion
Invited speaker on the Role of Health Care Providers in patient vaccine refusal
Plenary: Canadian Paediatric Society, University of Toronto, Primary Care Today, Canadian Teaching Hospitals, Canadian Immunization Conference  
Creating Sustainability in Health Provision

2012 - Mount Sinai Hospital, Guyana Mission
2016 - Vison Screening, Orphanage for HIV infected Children, Tanzania
2018 - Vison Screening Orphanage Trafficked Children, Cote D’Ivoire

Achievements

1994 - Clinical Teacher of the Year, NYGH
1995 - Excellence in Specialty Teaching, NYGH
1996 - Dr. Martin Wolfish Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching
1998 - Excellence in Medical Teaching, NYGH
1998 - Robert H. Wilkinson Research Award
2000 - Wightman-Berris Academy nomination for Individual Teaching
2004 - Jonathan Tolkin Award for Leadership in Administration
2006 - Jonathan Tolkin Award for Leadership in Administration

Publications

Invited Review Paper on Emerging Vaccines,
Canadian Family Physician, Vol 53: December 2007
S. Moss

Relative Effectiveness of additive pain interventions during vaccination in infants
Canadian Medical Association Journal 2016. DOI:10:1503/cmaj.160542
A.Taddio, R. Pillai, S. Moss et al.

Parent-led interventions in reducing infant vaccination pain after participation in a longitudinal randomized control trial
Paediatrics and Child Health, Volume 22, Issue 4, 1 July 2017, pages 217-219
C. McNair, A. Taddio, S. Moss et al

Effect of alcohol of alcohol skin cleansing on vaccination-associated infections and local skin reactions: a randomized controlled trial
Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics, DOI:10.1080/21645515, 2018; 1553474
H. Wong, C. Moss, S. Moss, A.Taddio et al