17
Nov
 
Brain-Child-Partners, our first annual conference held in partnership with the CHILD-BRIGHT Network, took place on November 6-8 in Toronto.

The three-day event, bracketed by single days dedicated to each network, also featured one day of joint sessions. From planning to presenting to commentary and evaluation, every aspect of the conference placed unprecedented focus on engaging families. 
 

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15
Nov

Most data on the prevalence of neurodisability in Canada is at least a decade old.

The absence of accurate information highlighted in an Op-Ed penned this week for the Toronto Star by KBHN Health Economics lead Jennifer Zwicker and colleague Stephanie Dunn, calls into question how decision makers can design effective policies and programs that improve the social, health, employment and economic outcomes for children with disability and their caregivers.

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07
Nov

Program management expert to oversee Canadian pediatric neuroscience network

The Kids Brain Health Network Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicky Lewis as interim CEO.

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