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February 9, 2023
Lessons learned at SickKids could be applied in other paediatric settings interested in taking a similar approach.
February 6, 2023
In one of the first studies of its kind, researchers find preconception BMI in fathers increases the odds of being overweight and obese in children assigned male at birth.
February 1, 2023
A research team has used genetic sequencing to uncover the cause of a rare neurogenetic syndrome.
January 31, 2023
SickKids officially renames life-saving cardiac procedure at the hospital to honour the contributions of laboratory technician Vivien Thomas.
January 31, 2023
SickKids ranks first for hospital intensity and second for researcher intensity as one of Canada's Top 40 Research Hospitals.
January 26, 2023
SickKids Cancer Sequencing (KiCS) program conducts comprehensive sequencing for 300 young patients with cancer in first for Canadian precision oncology.
January 19, 2023
SickKids is one of five institutions pioneering Strengths-based Nursing and Health Care — a new standard of care that recognizes the strengths of every member of a child’s care team.
January 18, 2023
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research is investing $23 million to establish the first Canadian Pediatric Cancer Consortium.
January 17, 2023
The report traces the program’s rise from mobile vaccination to a comprehensive outreach program.
January 10, 2023
The first paediatric patient recently successfully underwent the procedure as part of a safety and feasibility clinical trial in children with this tumour.
January 9, 2023
A new study suggests preconception maternal body mass index may be associated with faster growth rates for infants up to four months old.