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SickKids study uncovers structure and function of enzyme V-ATPase

May 14, 2015

A new study done in Dr. John Rubinstein’s research group uncovers the structure and function of an enzyme called V-ATPase. The research is improving our understanding of the various processes that V-ATPase controls and can enable the design of drugs …

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SickKids experiencing COVID-19 outbreak on inpatient unit

May 20, 2021

SickKids is currently experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 on an inpatient unit specializing in paediatric medicine and respirology.

SickKids restoration efforts continue from cybersecurity incident

December 23, 2022

Clinical and technical teams are working hard to bring systems back online.

Nursing students receive inaugural SickKids Award for Indigenous and Black Nursing Students

January 25, 2022

The SickKids Award for Indigenous and Black Nursing Students helps support students interested in becoming paediatric acute care nurses at SickKids.

Six women leaders share their perspective on leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic

March 8, 2021

On the United Nations’ International Women’s Day, we shine a spotlight on six women leaders making a difference every day at SickKids.

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#YESThisIsNursing: Celebrating Nursing Week!

May 8, 2017

Whether they are at the bedside, in the air or in a lab, nurses play an integral role in the care of patients and families at SickKids. On behalf of everyone at SickKids, thank you to all of our nurses for your hard work and dedication.

Celebrating our progress improving patient and staff safety: See the Caring Safely report

July 19, 2018

At SickKids, we put safety first. While this has always been true, the Caring Safely initiative that kicked off with the launch of our 2015-20 strategic directions Building Connections, Accelerating Impact, has amplified and accelerated improvements …

Twin daughter receives life-saving transplant from dad: both recovering

February 11, 2015

On Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, the transplant teams at SickKids and Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network collaborated on a successful father-daughter liver transplant.

When to take your child to the ED and when to stay home

December 16, 2015

A Perspective from Dr. Stephen Porter, Staff Physician in Emergency Medicine at SickKids.

New book chronicles the history of The Hospital for Sick Children

December 6, 2016

"SickKids: The History of The Hospital for Sick Children" chronicles the trials and triumphs that have led SickKids to become Canada’s largest paediatric centre and a world leader in child health.

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