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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Expert poison advice 24 hours a day. Supporting all of Ontario.
Rehab, child development, and physician services at SickKids’ clinic in York Region
Circumcision services by physicians from the Division of Urology
Update on Matters Related to Dr. Koren’s Research: Read more about the action SickKids is taking
A SickKids research team set out to investigate which brain regions connect with each other to hold information in memory for children. Their results could potentially lead to more specific therapies for those with cognitive difficulties.
In some types of cancers, tumour markers will decrease with treatment and are helpful in predicting outcomes, which is why researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) set out to discover if tumour markers could adequately detect cancer relapse independently of imaging tests.
Malicious poisoning (MP), where an individual is the victim of another person’s intent to harm them through poisoning, is uncommon in the overall population of poisoned patients, however data suggests that children are more at risk of death compared to adults when maliciously poisoned.
Cell Biology Seminar Series
Friday, February 1, 2019
Expanding Horizons for the Early Years: From Science to Practice
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Although not a cure, successful kidney transplants significantly improves the lives of children with kidney disease. They have improved energy levels and appetites and have fewer fluid and dietary restrictions, facilitating a more normal growth and development, which gives them more ability to achieve many of their dreams and milestones.
Let’s make this holiday season one to remember for the right reasons. Protect those you care about with these simple burn prevention strategies, used now and for all future occasions!
Helena Kirk discusses her own cancer journey and her current advocacy efforts for increased funding for paediatric cancers.