The Canadian Child & Youth Health Coalition will highlight the Child Health Successes of the last 100 years
What is the most important Canadian discovery, which has had the greatest impact, or has the greatest potential for impact, on health outcomes for children and youth in the last 100 years? This year, St. Justine's Hospital is celebrating its 100th anniversary. To join in the centennial celebration, the Canadian Child & Youth Health Coalition (CCYHC) will hold a symposium during the Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centre's annual meeting on October 14th, 2007. We will use this opportunity to highlight Child Health Successes: The Top 10 Canadian Advances in the Last 100 Years, as a means of raising awareness about the importance of Discovery to the health of our children and youth, and the specific role of Canadians in making these advances. For additional details and to submit your nomination please visit: www.ccyhc.org/symposium.html (Deadline: August 17th, 2007).