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Welcome to BORN

BORN is Ontario’s pregnancy, birth and childhood registry and network. By collecting, interpreting, sharing and rigorously protecting critical data about each birth in the province, BORN makes a positive and lasting contribution to the health of mothers, newborns, children and the citizens of Ontario.

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JOB POSTING: Regional Coordinator for BORN Ontario

05 March 2015

Applications due March 11 CHEO - HR - Responsible for representing BORN Ontario across Canada with key stakeholders and clinicians associated with assisted reproductive technologies.

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World Birth Defects Day - March 3, 2015

03 March 2015

“Birth defects affect 1 in 33 infants worldwide. It’s a major cause of death/disability. Lend your voice! #worldbdday http://thndr.it/1Ab9njC”

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Health Information Registries and mHealth: An Opportunity to Facilitate Personalized Health Care

18 February 2015

BORN ONTARIO PROVINCIAL ROUNDS - Recording Now Available! Learn about the ImmunizeCA app that helps families manage immunizations.

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In the future, data will have a huge impact on the evolution of maternal child care in Ontario

05 February 2015

In February 2015, BORN hosted its inaugural conference - The Right Information in the Right Hands at the Right Time: Using Data to Improve Maternal-Child Care and Outcomes.

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HAPPY 3RD BIRTHDAY TO THE BORN INFORMATION SYSTEM (BIS)!

22 January 2015

January 23, 2015 marks the third birthday for the BIS. We wanted to thank our stakeholders for their participation in BORN Ontario (Better Outcomes Registry & Network), a key initiative in Ontario’s maternal-child health care system.

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The OMama Project - Mobile Health Innovation for Maternity Care - NEW WEBINAR

16 January 2015

Webinar on the The OMama Project. Background on the OMama Project and how it fits into BORN Ontario’s Kid e-Connect Strategy.

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