February 2017 The links below showcase opportunities to participate in research being conducted by Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. ECHO Autism Brochure TIDE Clinical Trial Intranasal Oxytocin Clinical Trial
Thank you to all who joined us at Practical Pediatrics Ontario 2016 on November 12th, 2016. Over 100 Ontario pediatricians gathered together to learn about learning disorders, ASD, behavioural issues, and psychopharmacology as well as the latest info on dermatology, endocrinology and infectious diseases. Stay tuned for details about next year’s event!
TORONTO, July 6, 2016 – Cecile Seymour wasn’t getting the answers she wanted after she was told her 10-year-old son was having behavioural problems at school. But after a teacher referred her son to a unique inner-city, developmental assessment and support program called the Model Schools Pediatric Health Initiative, Seymour now says she can see… Learn More »
Children’s Mental Health Ontario is pleased to share our new bilingual ‘take-one’ information card. This new piece is designed for year-round distribution through member agencies, community information boards, physicians’ offices, schools, and other venues where children, youth and their parents may be seeking information about their mental health needs. The purpose of the new card is… Learn More »
The Pediatrics Section represents the 1200 plus pediatricians in Ontario as a body within the Ontario Medical Association. The Section keeps pediatricians informed on updates relevant to them through our journal, Pediatric News, and through information mail-outs and web-posts in our Premium Pediatrics Section Members’ Intranet. The Pediatrics Section is the political representative of 1200… Learn More »
Pediatricians make up roughly 1200 of Ontario’s 24,000 physicians. The average age of an Ontario pediatrician is 49.6 years. Of the 1200 pediatricians in Ontario, about one third are subspecialists and work in or are affiliated with academic centers such as the Hospital for Sick Children, CHEO, CHWO and McMaster Children’s as well as places… Learn More »
The practice of immunization is difficult given the rapid advances in science and the pace at which new products come on the market. This is further complicated by the delay of new products being placed on the provincial schedule. There are many international and national expert opinions on how immunizations should be given (see NACI,… Learn More »