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September 16, 2022

Practice, practice, practice with our Simulation Program

It’s Health Care Simulation Week! Our Simulation Program has a core operations team with diverse skills ranging from education, evaluation, technical, clinical and administrative expertise.

Collage of the Research Institute trainees, featuring Kimberly Gauthier, Nifemi Adeoye, Kristine Keon, and Clare Burn Aschner

July 25, 2022

From undergrads to postdocs, meet our trainees in the SickKids Research Institute

The Research Institute is home to trainees who work alongside renowned scientists and researchers who are making invaluable contributions to the science being conducted at SickKids.

Collage featuring SickKids research trainees: Kimberley Gauthier, Nifemi Adeoye, Kristine Keon, and Clare Burn Aschner

July 22, 2022

SickKids Indigenous and Black Nursing Student Awards aim to support greater equity, diversity and inclusion in nursing

Through the Award for Indigenous Nursing Students and the Award for Black Nursing Students, SickKids will welcome four award recipients to the hospital for clinical placement.

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February 15, 2022

SickKids fellows work to help improve childhood cancer care worldwide

A Q&A with former and current SickKids fellows who are working in Haematology/Oncology care around the world.

May 27, 2021

SickKids-Ghana Paediatric Nursing Education Partnership extended to support Ghana’s COVID-19 response

SickKids is working together with the Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives, Ghana Health Service and Ghana Ministry of Health to assist their response to COVID-19.

Report cover for COVID-19 Recommendations for School Reopening

June 17, 2020

SickKids releases recommendations for school reopening

The COVID-19: Recommendations for School Reopening report addresses how schools can reopen in a way that maximizes the safety and well-being of students, staff and their families.

December 24, 2018

Transplant and organ donation initiative educates 30,000th student

In an effort to help raise awareness of the life-saving impact of organ donation, a special group of transplant physicians, surgeons, nurses and allied health professionals from SickKids, UHN and St. Michael's Hospital have been volunteering to visit high schools in the GTA to talk directly to students about the miracle of transplantation.

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April 19, 2018

Spring launch of the new AboutKidsHealth

The new AboutKidsHealth.ca is now live! Check out aboutkidshealth.ca for the same trustworthy, up-to-date health information from the experts at SickKids, with new features for patients, families and health-care providers.

March 14, 2018

Engineering curiosity: How the SickKids Robotics Club is introducing patients to STEM

Curious laughs and giggles spread throughout the classroom when a special guest paid a visit to the SickKids Robotics Club last month. The program hosted Toronto Police Const. Nick Sword and a robot from The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Explosives Response Team (CBRNE).

A man in a suit observes as two women present a medical simulation space including dummy on a stretcher and monitors.

September 19, 2017

Learning Institute celebrates a decade of excellence in education

SickKids’ Learning Institute celebrates 10 years of growth and innovative learning across the organization.

August 9, 2017

Empower Reading team at SickKids brings their program to Cree Nation communities

The Empower Reading team began working with the Cree School Board in the Cree Nation of James Bay, Quebec in January 2015. Originally a pilot project in two schools in one community, Empower has expanded to eight remote communities in the region.

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February 14, 2017

SickKids staff share their knowledge with International Learners Program cohort from Singapore

Peggy and Karen are recent graduates of the International Learner Program (ILP) at the Learning Institute. The two participants, from KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore, took part in a six-week observership in SickKids' Cleft Lip and Palate Program.

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