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Final Updated: April 27, 2020 ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS FOR RURAL AND NORTHERN FIRST NATIONS YOUTH Introduction: Effective March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Manitoba identified its first COVID -19 positive case on March 12 th. Shortly the reafter, First Nations communities within Manitoba began limiting access into or out […]

1  April 27, 2020 COVID-19 Guidance for Alternative Isolation Accommodation (Hotel) COVID-19 Alternative Isolation Accommodation Guidance for Alternative Isolation Accommodation (Hotel) On March 2 0, 2020, the Manitoba government declared a province-wide state of emergency under The Emergency Measures Act to protect the health and safety of all Manitobans. To reduce the spread of COVID-19 […]

April 27, 2020 COVID -19 Alternative Isolation Accommodation Packing Suggestions COVID-19 Alternative Isolation Accommodation Items to Consider Packing for your Isolation Medical Items • Thermometer x Ibuprofen as you may have a few headaches while in isolation • Your prescriptions, and other medications and/or medication supplies that you require • Masks, gloves • Nicotine patch/gum […]

Coping with a Diagnosis of Breast Cancer The diagnosis of breast cancer is a life-altering event. If you have just been told that you have breast cancer, you are likely anxious and scared about what this will mean for you and your family. You may also be feeling overwhelmed with the tests, treatment options and […]

PATIENT & FAMILY EDUCATION Talk with one of our nurses in person or by phone. Discuss a breast or gynecological cancer diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, hormonal therapy, survivorship, reconstruction, recurrence etc. PEER SUPPORT We can match you to talk with a trained volunteer who has had a similar breast or gynecological cancer diagnosis, treatment, circumstance […]

Hi, my name is Lori Santoro and I am the Breast Cancer Navigator at CancerCare Manitoba Breast Cancer Centre of Hope. My role as a nurse is to help you further understand or answer questions you may have about your pathology, surgery options, and/or possible treatments. 2 The Breast Cancer Centre of Hope is a […]

Alternative Isolation Accommodations (AIA) AIA Health Care Support Staff Orientation Package June 2, 2020 AIA Manager Phone Number XXX -XXX -XXXX (24 hrs.) Clean Copy AIA H ealth Care Support Staff Orientation Package Page 2 of 10 OUTLINE – Confidentiality – COVID -19 Screening P rocess for AIA Staff and Hotel S taff – Roles […]

Home Clinic Client Summary FAQ 1. What is a Home Clinic Client Summary? A Home Clinic Client Summary is a document that contains an enrolled patient’s key health information provided from the Home Clinic’s Certified EMR. Client Summary documents will be store d in eChart Manitoba and will be accessible to authorized eChart users across […]

Mental Health Supports for Manitobans during COVID -19 Pandemic NEW Support Line for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence! Starts Monday April 20, 2020 (see attached Poster) A Woman’s Place is here to support wom en who have been impacted by gender based violence. That’s why we are extending our services to offer over to phone support […]

We’re in this fight together Let’s stop COVID – 19 Get vaccinated to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community . Remember to continue to : Talk to a health care provider in your community, if you have questions about the vaccine . Catalogue : R5-765/2021E-PDF ISBN: 978-0-660-37259-4 #crushCOVID

T ogether , let’s stop COVID – 19 one arm at a time The COVID – 19 vaccines are safe, effective and approved by Health Canada . Improved technology, worldwide collaboration, and increased government funding helped speed up the development of the vaccines . The vaccine works to : Talk to a health care provider […]

WHO? Non-treaty resident of a First Nation transported to receive medical care and who is required to self-isolate before returning to home community due to local travel restrictions. First Nations person who traveled away from home community for non-medical reasons and was then advised of the need to self-isolate. Person is not receiving support from […]

Let’s stop COVID-19 one arm at a time!Get vaccinated to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community.Together….After VaccinationSide effectsMost people have no side effects at all. Like other vaccines the COVID-19 vaccine can cause mild side effects such as:Pain, redness or swelling where the needle was given, mild fever, tiredness, and muscle or joint […]
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