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Donating Birth Tissue The birth of your child is life changing. It’s also an opportunity for you to change the lives of others. Consider donating your birth tissue if you are pregnant and: 18 years of age or older have no health issues and plan to have a Caesarean section Your decision to share this […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/tissue-bank-manitoba/donating-birth-tissue/

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 […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/transplant-manitoba/

Home Clinic FAQ Our Frequently Asked Questions include important information for those considering registering, for registered Home Clinics, for clinicians in primary care practices, and more. Convenient links to related categories are included in the FAQ responses.


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/health-providers/digital-health/home-clinics/faq/

Resources The following links provide further information about medical assistance in dying: National Criminal Code of Canada as amended by Bill C-14, 1st Sess, 42nd Leg. Canada, 2016 Legislative Background: Medical Assistance in Dying Legislative Background: Medical Assistance in Dying (Bill C-14) – Addendum Government of Canada Report of the Special Joint Committee on Physician-Assisted […]


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/maid/resources/

Therapeutic Recreation Month occurs every February and celebrates the positive impact Manitoba’s recreational therapists have on patients.

Therapeutic Recreation is a health-care profession that uses recreation as a form of intervention. As part of a team, recreation coordinators work alongside physicians and other health professionals to help patients with any kind of impairment—physical, emotional, cognitive or social—and encourage them to embrace leisure.


https://sharedhealthmb.ca/news/2020-02-14-february-is-therapeutic-recreation-month/
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