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COVID-19 Information: Latest updates for Manitobans and resources for health providers.
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Occurrence Management & Critical Incidents Any quality management system in any industry, including health care, expects to routinely uncover events or incidents that do not conform to policies and standard operating procedures. Often, these non-conformances are generic occurrences that do not cause harm to anyone or anything. Nevertheless, it is important that Shared Health diagnostic […]


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“Sometimes relationships get complicated, and people find themselves in a situation that has become violent and seems out of control. They have been harmed by an intimate partner and wonder where to go for help.” – Julie Clatworthy November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, is when one […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-11-25-providing-medical-treatment-and-support-for-victims-of-intimate-partner-violence/

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Education & Training Shared Health supports the continued professional development of our staff and encourages life-long learning. In the dynamic field of diagnostics, continued learning is integral to staying on the leading edge in your area of practice. There are a variety of professional development opportunities available through Shared Health. Ongoing professional development is also […]


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https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-11-27-physician-assistants-and-clinical-assistants-contribute-to-health-care-across-manitoba/

Generosity of Manitobans prompts spike in registrations at Sign Up for Life 1,206 Manitobans registered as organ and tissue donors following yesterday’s announcement of the province’s move to an online registry. The response is the second highest spike in registrations experienced since www.signupforlife.ca was launched. The highest one day registration was recorded just over one […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2019-04-25-manitoba-nears-record-for-single-day-organ-and-tissue-donor-registration/

Transplant Manitoba – Gift of Life Transplant Manitoba is made up of five dynamic multi-disciplinary teams dedicated to providing care to individuals before and after transplant. Transplant Manitoba includes The Gift of Life, which is responsible for coordinating and supporting organ donation throughout the province. As a provincial service of Shared Health our efforts are […]


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Medical Staff Medical staff bylaws Information relevant to medical staff practicing within Shared Health, including Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg (HSC): Shared Health Medical Staff bylawWRHA Medical Staff bylaw Serious adverse drug reaction and medical device incident reporting On Dec. 16, The Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act (Vanessa’s Law) came into effect in Canada. The […]


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A new online dashboard is being launched today at www.manitoba.ca/vaccine to provide timely information to Manitobans about the immunization campaign. It is updated daily and includes:• doses received and administered;• percentage of Manitobans aged 18 or older who are fully vaccinated;• a projection on the number of immunizations planned over the next 28 days; and• […]


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To date, three presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Manitoba.  In addition, Manitoba public health officials are recommending that Manitobans should consider taking additional social distancing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Public health is updating a flight number from Vancouver International Airport to Winnipeg where individuals may have been exposed to […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-03-13-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-bulletin-10/

Patient Safety and Privacy Your health and safety is Shared Health’s top priority. Your Safety Guidance for patient safety is provided by Shared Health’s diagnostic services quality department, which continuously reviews operations with an eye to improving and enhancing patient safety. We are also a member of the Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety. How you […]


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COVID-19 Online Result Display Register for a Shared Health COVID-19 Online Result Display (SH-CORD) account to access your COVID-19 test result. Create a new account by using your Manitoba Health Family Registration Card or log into an existing account using your username and password Timelines for COVID-19 test results may vary due to current testing […]


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“Knowing I gave a child some strategies to help them be more confident and able to complete a necessary task is very satisfying,” says pediatric occupational therapist Danielle Harling. “There’s something lovely about being able to say ‘Congratulations, you don’t need me anymore’.” October is Occupational Therapy Month, and Shared Health celebrates occupational therapists for […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-10-28-spotlight-on-occupational-therapy/

Study published in U.S. medical journal finds people living with MS are 72 per cent more likely to get this form of cancer A new study authored by the medical director of HSC Winnipeg’s Multiple Sclerosis Clinic finds that those living with MS are at slightly higher risk of developing bladder cancer and has been […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-11-26-hsc-winnipeg-physician-authors-study-that-finds-people-with-ms-at-increased-risk-of-bladder-cancer/

Public health officials advise an additional probable case of COVID-19 has been identified, while another case initially identified as probable has been ruled out.  That case will be removed from the list, meaning the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba remains at 20. The newest probable positive case is a […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-03-23-covid-19-bulletin-29/
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