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Toronto Children’s Hospital

Toronto Children’s Hospital

Introduction

The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), affiliated with the University of Toronto, is Canada's most research-intensive hospital and the largest centre dedicated to improving children's health in the country. As innovators in child health, SickKids improves the health of children by integrating care, research and teaching. With a staff that includes professionals from all disciplines of health care and research, SickKids provides the best in complex and specialized care by creating scientific and clinical advancements, sharing knowledge and expertise and championing the development of an accessible, comprehensive and sustainable child health system.

Achievements

SickKids has a tradition of finding ways to improve child health. This culture of discovery led to the establishment of SickKids Research Institute which is home to an important group of scientists under the leadership of Dr. Janet Rossant, Chief of Research. They will all be housed under one roof in The SickKids Research & Learning Tower. Construction of the 21-storey building started in 2010 and is scheduled for completion in 2013. The building is designed to facilitate collaboration among clinicians, scientists and scholars and nurture a climate of innovation. The $400-million project is supported by Canada Foundation for Innovation, a $200-million fundraising campaign led by SickKids Foundation, and long-term borrowing.
Over the years, a number of initiatives at SickKids have grown to play an important role in local, national and international health-care delivery, including the Ontario Poison Control Centre, Motherisk (launched by Gideon Koren in 1985), Safe Kids Canada, electronic Child Health Network of Ontario, and AboutKidsHealth.
SickKids Corporate Ventures facilitates the transfer of knowledge developed by physicians, scientists and professionals into products and programs. Its 130 licences for intellectual property technologies generate about $2 million annually


Important Centers

• Labatt Family Heart Centre
The Labatt Family Heart Centre was established in February 2007. The extraordinary generosity of the Labatt Family allowed the former Cardiac Program to move forward with a series of important internal initiatives, funding the redevelopment and future activities of the Heart Centre at The Hospital for Sick Children.

The Heart Centre is comprised of Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery, Cardiac Critical Care and Cardiac Research at SickKids, as well as other paediatric and adult centers in the community (see community partners).


• Pain Centre

Pain is one of the most common, debilitating and perplexing symptoms reported by individuals of all ages. Children state that pain is the worst aspect of hospitalization and requires the most improvement in terms of patient care.

In 1989, the first Pain Committee was initiated at SickKids by the late Dr. David Fear. The Acute Pain Service (1992), the Chronic Pain Service (1998), and the Procedural Pain (Satellite Anaesthesia) Initiative (1995) were established to provide a foundation for state-of-the-art specialist pain management. Building on the success of these initiatives, the Centre for Pain Management, Research and Education (Pain Centre) has been added as SickKids seventh and newest centre.


• The Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) affects multiple organs and can cause gastrointestinal disease, liver disease, pancreatic disease, reproductive disorders and diabetes in addition to lung disease, the most common cause of CF-associated limitation of life expectancy.


This multidisciplinary approach has characterized CF research at SickKids for decades, from first recognizing of the need for high-calorie diets to maintaining CF patient health (Corey and Crozier, 1976) to the discovery of the CF gene (Riordan, Rommens and Tsui, 1989). Since 1989, SickKids has fostered and maintained a comprehensive website, with details of over 1600 mutations in the CF gene that cause CF and related diseases. With contributors and users from around the world, the CF Mutation Database is a major resource for clinical and basic research and serves as a model for other genetic disease databases.


State-of-the-art laboratory research in CF is linked to outstanding clinical research and clinical care in a rich collaborative environment that has existed within SickKids for the past three decades. The clinical program for CF at SickKids is known as one of the leading care facilities in the world and has a well-established reputation for its excellence in multidisciplinary care. The synergy between laboratory, clinical research and clinical care places SickKids at the forefront for future CF therapy development and implementation in patients.


• The Bone Health Centre

The Bone Health Centre is focused on improving the care of children with generalized skeletal bone disorders including osteoporosis, osteopenia, metabolic bone disease and skeletal dysplasias. Our mission is to build a centre that provides coordinated care and improved management of the broad range childhood bone disorders. We plan to undertake leading edge research into improved treatments for these disorders, with the ultimate aim of making the center obsolete by improving overall bone health in the larger paediatric population.


The Bone Health Centre brings together endocrinologists, orthopaedists, clinical geneticists, genetic counselors, subspecialists (such as rheumatologists, oncologists, gastroenterologists and transplant physicians), nurses, physiotherapists, radiologists, scientists and nutritionists to improve the quality of care for children with bone health disorders. It is through this collaborative approach that the centre can help children and adolescence suffering from conditions like osteoporosis, osteopenia, metabolic bone disorder and additional bone-related problems.


• Garron Family Cancer Centre
The Garron Family Cancer Centre is designed to enhance and integrate all aspects of clinical, research and educational activities in the discipline of oncology at SickKids.


The centre will focus on fundamental science and developing novel therapies to facilitate and catalyze innovative, multidisciplinary research in order to transform clinical care and dramatically improve clinical outcomes for children with cancer from early infancy through late adolescence and early adulthood.


The centre will integrate six cross-disciplinary themes comprised of three disease themes: Cancers of the Nervous System, Cancers of the Musculoskeletal System and Cancers of the Hematopoietic System – Leukemia/Lymphoma; and three scientific discipline themes: Fundamental Research, Translation/Therapeutics Research and Outcomes Research.
The Garron Family Cancer Centre's mission is to facilitate and catalyze innovation in multi-disciplinary research, clinical care and education. New knowledge will transform clinical practice and dramatically improve the outcomes and quality of life of children affected by cancer and their families.


• The Centre for Brain and Behavior

The Centre for Brain and Behavior has evolved from the former Brain and Behavior program in the Research Institute. This multidisciplinary research program was formed in 1998 as part of the matrix system. The Brain and Behavior program developed into one of the strongest programs in the Research Institute because of a seamless integration between the diverse research domains within the program which included cellular and molecular neurobiology, integrative neurobiology, sensory neurobiology, behavioral science, and neuroimaging research. This seamless integration was achieved by a tireless effort to encourage constant communication between people with interests in very different aspects of brain function such that it became the natural thing to do.


• Transplant Centre

SickKids’ Transplant Centre is Canada's most research-intensive pediatric transplant program and the largest centre dedicated to offering comprehensive transplant care in the country. Our case volumes have grown to within the top five to 10 per cent of centres in North America and our hospital’s survival rates match or exceed the best programs. As innovators in transplantation, SickKids improves the health of children by integrating care, research and teaching. With a staff that includes professionals from all disciplines of health care and research, the Transplant Centre provides the best in complex and specialized care by creating scientific and clinical advancements, sharing knowledge and expertise, and advocating on behalf of children who need transplant care.


• Healthy Kids International

Healthy Kids International (HKI) raises funds to supports the international projects of The Hospital for Sick Children. It is a strategic investment in the future health of the world’s most vulnerable children. Our programs are steeped in the belief that children need home-grown medical practitioners who understand their countries’ social and cultural contexts.
Some of the initiatives include:


HKI Fellowship Program (participating countries include India, Rwanda, Guyana and Kenya)
HKI Global Child Health Program (Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania, etc.)
No Boundaries (changes countries most every year)

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