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An online management and performance platform for the residents of the University of British Columbia for BC Children’s Hospital. It keeps tracks of their projects, exams, rotations, and provide PDF exports of their records.
A mobile drug look up tool for pediatrics care. The tool is managed and validated by the BC Children’s hospital and contains information and resource about common drug dosages among other various information.
Me.Pediatrics is an initiative driven by our progression towards a transformative Pediatric Practice Plan, and focuses specifically on enhancing our ‘business intelligence’.
DOP Connect is a website focused around the communication of the Department of Pediatrics. Covering stories, events and achievements across all divisions, aiming to strengthen the department’s relationship with its viewers.
Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome BC is dedicated to providing a primary prevention program that is ultimately aimed at achieving a substantial reduction in the incidence of shaken baby syndrome in British Columbia.
A student-led initiative to develop a free, universally accessible, educational resource for learning pediatric clinical skills. Developed by medical students and residents, our goal is to facilitate learning in Pediatrics.
A digital decision support tool that provides information related to the signs and symptoms of pediatric allergies. The tools enables its users to assess whether certain signs or symptoms are likely to be associated with a food allergy.
A free online resource for teens ages 12 – 17. When it comes to pain in kids and teens, early intervention is key. This site gives teens the right information so they can take action and be in charge of their own pain management plan.
An online tool to help parents and caregivers gain the confidence to allow their kids to engage in more outdoor play. Outdoor play is a basic childhood need and taking risks is a necessary part of play.