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overview Catherine Birken MD, MSc, is a general paediatrician in the division of Paediatric Medicine, Associate Professor, University of Toronto (U of T), and a Scientist, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute. Her clinical care activities include attending paediatrician in inpatient paediatrics, and paediatrician in the outpatient SickKids Obesity Management Program for children with complex obesity. Her research is in prevention of childhood overweight and obesity in early childhood, and is co-leader of TARGet Kids! primary care practice based research network to advance child health research. Dr. Birken is funded by CIHR for the study of obesity and cardiometabolic risk and early childhood development in school, 2 randomized controlled trials in obesity prevention and treatment with public health nurse led parenting and home visiting intervention, and a population evaluation of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge in Ontario.

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Academic Article Residents as health advocates: The development, implementation and evaluation of a child advocacy initiative at the University of Toronto (Toronto, Ontario).
Academic Article Case 2: A teenage boy with epistaxis.
Academic Article Socioeconomic status and injury risk in children.
Academic Article Kids on kids' health: Creating a child health magazine with students from an urban, multicultural, low-income elementary school.
Academic Article The 'Golden Keys' to health - a healthy lifestyle intervention with randomized individual mentorship for overweight and obesity in adolescents.
Academic Article Prevalence and predictors of low vitamin D concentrations in urban Canadian toddlers.
Academic Article Obesity hypoventilation syndrome: A different beast.
Academic Article Cohort Profile: The Applied Research Group for Kids (TARGet Kids!).
Academic Article Risk factors, practice variation and hematological outcomes of children identified with non-anemic iron deficiency following screening in primary care setting.
Academic Article The Edmonton Obesity Staging System for Pediatrics: A proposed clinical staging system for paediatric obesity.
Academic Article Creating a student-led health magazine with an urban, multicultural, resource-restricted elementary school: Approach, process and impact.
Academic Article Determining rates of overweight and obese status in children using electronic medical records: Cross-sectional study.
Academic Article Priority setting in paediatric preventive care research.
Academic Article Temperament and fracture in preschool-aged children.
Grant Addressing obesity in toddlers at risk: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial comparing usual care to group-based parenting and home visits in primary care
Grant Evaluation of the SickKids Team Obesity Management Program (STOMP)
Grant Impact of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge (HKCC) population health intervention on sugar intake and child health
Grant Optimizing growth and developmental trajectories in early childhood through a primary care practice based research network – TARGet Kids! (The Applied Research Group for Kids)
Grant Fit for school, fit for life: Child health and school readiness
Academic Article Establishing a protocol for building a pan-Canadian population-based monitoring system for early childhood development for children with health disorders: Canadian Children's Health in Context Study (CCHICS).
Academic Article Food insecurity in the paediatric office.
Academic Article Public health preventive measures and child health behaviours during COVID-19: a cohort study.

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