Physical activity is important for heart health for people of all ages. Dr. Kevin Harris’s research has focused on physical activity in children with congenital heart disease.
For families with children/young adults with aortic enlargement.
Led by physicians and clinicians, and packaged in a fun and lighthearted approach, children aged 8–15 with a Fontan are given a safe space to meet other kids with Fontan, learn more about their own heart, and ask any questions they may have.
I have encountered setbacks and challenges in my life. However, it is the power of support and a growth mindset that have helped me become the resilient and positive person I am today.
BC Children’s Hospital patients (past and present!) are invited to volunteer at the CPKC Women’s Open golf tournament.
Our heart journey began with our 22-week ultrasound, which had to be redone several times—Winston was always in the wrong position, and they couldn’t get a clear reading of his heart.
Parents of children with CHD are invited to participate in a psychology study.
You are invited to send your special photos, thoughts, and memories to Dr. Kathryn Armstrong to share with Dr. Human.
The Triple Crown raises funds for cardiac inpatient wards at the BC Children’s Hospital and for the Children’s Heart Network in support of Camp Zajac.
Would you like to participate in a study using an online game-based intervention for improving executive function in children with CHD?