Announcements

New social situations: Helping your children navigate BC’s restart plan

With summer officially upon us and B.C. easing its pandemic restrictions, many families are turning their attention to social gatherings. Now that playdates and large parties are once again allowed, some parents and caregivers are expressing concerns...

Feelings First Campaign Launches May 2021!

Feelings First, a social media campaign to spread awareness and spark conversation around Social and Emotional Development (SED) in the early years, is launching in May 2021. It is brought to you by the BC Healthy Child Development Alliance – a...

KidCareCanada Announcement

Child Health BC now houses a wealth of video resources from KidCareCanada Society, an organization that focused on empowering parents to raise their children to be socially and emotionally healthy. We are very excited to continue to offer their...

CHBC launches provincial research to understand the Pediatric Early Warning System for Emergency Departments (BC PEWS ED)

Beginning in March 2018 and continuing in a phased approach throughout 2019, BC PEWS ED is being implemented in Emergency Departments across the province. Through this large-scale initiative, BC is the first to launch a comprehensive, systematic...

CHBC's Children's Virtual Health has two new sites in Fraser Health Authority!

Virtual First- Get Connected: Does your patient see a specialist at BC Children’s Hospital? They can be seen without leaving their community. Child Health BC now offers virtual pre-planned visits, connecting at 19 locations in BC including Abbotsford...

Child Health BC Hip Surveillance Program has international presence as the team travels to India!

Child Health BC's Hip Surveillance Program shares knowledge and surgical expertise with hospital in Tirupati, India! Dr. Kishore Mulpuri has been travelling to Tirupati in his native India since he was a boy. This past summer, he returned again with...

CHBC's Hip Surveillance Program Wins 2017 Fred P. Sage Award

Congratulations to CHBC's Hip Surveillance Program Stacey Miller, project lead and Kishore Mulpuri, medical lead for being awarded the 2017 Fred P. Sage award by the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Development Medicine (AACPDM). The award...