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SickKids celebrates Canada 150+!

July 5, 2017

We are still trying to get the maple syrup out of our hair after three fun filled events around Canada day!

Staff stand around a white maple leaf with red handprints painted on it.

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September 25, 2015

In recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness month, we've taken to social media to share inspiring stories of how our team fights kids cancer every day.

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Preliminary findings shared from COVID-19 child mental health research study

December 7, 2020

70 per cent of children and youth surveyed reported worse mental health during the initial spring lockdowns.

SickKids increasing surgical activity

January 12, 2023

SickKids has capacity to begin increasing surgical activity as of January 16.

Many SickKids systems restored following cybersecurity incident

December 29, 2022

Almost 50 per cent of priority systems have been successfully restored following the cybersecurity incident and others are in progress.

Closing the chapter on caring for critically ill adults at SickKids

June 23, 2021

Over the last few months, SickKids staff have come together to achieve something we’ve never done before – supporting our health-care system by taking in adults.

SickKids accepting additional transfers of paediatric inpatients

April 11, 2021

As of April 12, SickKids will be accepting paediatric inpatients from certain hospitals across the GTA to help increase health system capacity.

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SickKids joins TAHSN hospitals on statement on anti-Indigenous racism

October 9, 2020

The Toronto Academic Health Science Network (TAHSN) has issued a statement on anti-Indigenous racism in the health-care system following the tragic mistreatment and death of Joyce Echaquan.

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Canada must be ready to transition into new era of genomic medicine

November 10, 2021

SickKids clinicians and scientists call for a national, coordinated strategy on genomic medicine to support adoption of genome sequencing as a standard-of-care diagnostic test.

Death and Dying in PICU: Bringing academic focus and wisdom to frontline care

August 13, 2018

The death of a child is profound, with implications that impact the family and the health-care team for years. A new framework is helping clinicians advance compassionate evidence-informed care of critically ill children. Karen Dryden-Palmer and …

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