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How to talk to kids about terrorist attacks

November 17, 2015

Dr. Sandra Mendlowitz, Psychologist at SickKids, gives her perspective on how to talk to kids about terrorist attacks.

Can children be bully-proofed?

February 24, 2016

A Perspective from Miriam Granger, a Social Worker at SickKids.

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Tobogganing: Balancing risky play with minimizing injuries

January 29, 2021

SickKids Emergency Department Physician, Dr. Daniel Rosenfield, offers tips on tobogganing safety and a perspective on risky play.

Canadian kids face ‘sleepidemic’

June 16, 2016

Dr. Shelly Weiss, neurologist at SickKids, discusses the 'sleepidemic' facing Canadian children.

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From SickKids Emergency Room to a classroom in Ghana – A global nursing perspective

July 20, 2016

Koon Wah Luk and Jane Stuary-Minaret, nurses in the Emergency Department at SickKids and members of the International Resource Team, discuss their experiences teaching paediatric nursing in Ghana.

Holiday burn prevention strategies

November 26, 2018

Let’s make this holiday season one to remember for the right reasons. Protect those you care about with these simple burn prevention strategies from Charis Kelly, a Nurse Practitioner in the Burns Program at SickKids.

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Creating communities of practice for epilepsy

March 26, 2018

On Purple Day, Drs. Elizabeth Donner and Carter Snead share their perspective on the need to help bridge an understanding of what it means to live with the impacts of epilepsy, and the launch of Project ECHO Ontario: Epilepsy Across the Lifespan.

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Giving back to SickKids in a new way: SickKids ambassador and Camp Crew member

September 20, 2016

Siena McLaven is a 14-year-old SickKids patient and 3-time participant in the Canaccord Genuity Great Camp Adventure Walk to benefit SickKids. She shares her perspective on SickKids camp.

SickKids VS. The Greatest Challenges in Child Health

October 17, 2016

We have embarked on our biggest and boldest campaign yet. Learn more from Lori Davison, Vice President, Brand Strategy and Communications at SickKids Foundation.

Talking to families about advanced care planning: Perspectives of families and health-care providers

February 13, 2020

Drs. Julia Orkin and Reshma Amin are SickKids leaders in the care of children with medical complexity who are technology-dependent. SickKids is home to the largest program in Canada for children with medical complexity as well as for long-term …

Julia Orkin and Reshma Amin

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