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Link to web story about the 10 year anniversary
Learning Institute celebrates a decade of excellence in education (Tuesday, September 19, 2017)
SickKids’ Learning Institute celebrates 10 years of growth and innovative learning across the organization.
Erin Vandeven, Julie Watson and Sandhaya Parekh are members of the sepsis management team at SickKids
Say the ‘S’ word! Using education and simulation to improve management of sepsis (Wednesday, September 13, 2017)
In recognition of World Sepsis Awareness Day, SickKids is highlighting how collaboration and innovation have contributed to the success of our inpatient sepsis recognition and management project.
SickKids staff celebrate 25-year career milestone
From first steps to 25 years: Staff celebrate a quarter century at SickKids (Wednesday, September 13, 2017)
The 25-Year Celebration Dinner celebrated 63 employees who have reached this milestone – a quarter of a century, during which they've grown in their careers and had remarkable experiences, since their first steps at SickKids.
Link to web story about cancer diagnostics
Changing the face of cancer care at home and around the world (Friday, September 8, 2017)
Paediatric brain tumour biopsies from across Canada and around the world are being analyzed at SickKids using new, state-of-the-art diagnostic, prognostic and predictive tests for childhood cancers.
Centre for Global Child Health
Treating the gaps in childhood cancer care (Thursday, September 7, 2017)
45 experts from 16 countries will convene at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto to undertake a comprehensive analysis to develop an investment case for funding management and control of childhood cancer as part of The Lancet Oncology’s Commission on Sustainable Paediatric Cancer Care to launch in 2018.

SickKids in the headlines

Researchers use ‘bar-coding’ system to track development of brain tumour cells (Toronto Star)

Inside the quiet, ‘overcrowded’ neonatal unit at SickKids (Toronto Star)

Genetic testing back on radar for parents (Toronto Star)

Research offers hope for answers (Toronto Star)

'Keep them well': New cystic fibrosis medications move closer to a cure (CBC.ca)

Scientists find new way to attack antibiotic-resistant lung infections (CBC.ca)

Canadian doctors save baby Sebastian Havill in utero with world-first procedure (Global National)