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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and mdBriefCase Group are offering new online continuing professional development programs — exclusively FREE for Royal College Fellows and maintenance of certification (MOC) participants. This collaboration allows you to earn section 3 MOC credits at your own convenience. The first two programs available are: CanMEDS: Better […]
Osteoporosis has a dangerous potential when it goes unchecked. Health professionals need to understand the dangerous potential of osteoporosis, and realize their role in ongoing prevention, management, and treatment of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis has been an unnecessary burden on the Canadian healthcare system. With early identification many cases of osteoporosis are manageable. Despite the knowledge that […]
“What to do with What Lies Under the Dressing: A Primer on Woundcare”, to be held on June 1, 2018, this program is fully accredited and is part of the “Fridays at the University” program. Wound Day offers an overview of all aspects of wound care. The sessions are 15 minutes long and the program […]
The Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety hosts and sponsors events throughout the year that promote patient safety to the public and to healthcare professionals. We also support and promote events from other organizations. Click here to view any upcoming events.
The University of Manitoba – Rady Faculty of Health Sciences offers over 100 conferences, courses or workshops to over 5000 health care professionals. For details see the links below. Rady Faculty of Health Sciences Continuing Professional Development CPD for Family Physicians & Primary Care
For upcoming Health & Wellness events, visit the Doctors Manitoba Physician Health & Wellness page.
Over a year ago, the provincial government introduced two major pieces of legislation. The first was Bill 28 – The Public Services Sustainability Act, which proposed to freeze the wages and pay rates of all public sector workers and physicians. The other was Bill 29 – The Health Sector Bargaining Unit Act, which proposed to […]
This year the Manitoba Schools Science Symposium (MSSS) had 330 students present their projects to over 150 judges from industry and academia. In addition the students had the opportunity to participate in interactive science activities on the University of Manitoba campus. Doctors Manitoba was again proud to provide bronze, silver, and gold medals to the […]