Monthly Archives: May 2018

Blueberry Bliss Smoothie

This is a great meal or snack to eat on the go. Simply prepare and freeze the cauliflower the night before. Makes: 2 servings (1 cup per serving) Ingredients ½ cup steamed then frozen cauliflower ½ cup frozen blueberries or mixed berries 2 scoops (3 Tbsp) Beneprotein powder 1 Tbsp honey ¼ tsp cinnamon ½…
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I-KHealth Analyzing Approaches to Rural & Remote First Nations Kidney Health Care

A five-year research project focusing on the impact of kidney disease in rural and remote First Nations communities in Manitoba has received $1.5 million in funding from the federal government’s Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The ‘Improving responsiveness across the continuum of kidney health care in rural and remote Manitoba First Nation communities’ (I-KHealth) project…
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Nurses Week 2018

MRP Nurses work closely with patients throughout a life-changing journey of being diagnosed with kidney disease and living with kidney failure. Our whole renal team works tirelessly to ensure patient care is the priority. From educating patients entering our program and helping patients pick a dialysis modality to providing care several times a week –…
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Policy Renumbering & Impact on Orders/Forms

The renumbering of the policies and procedures which has taken place will affect various forms and standing orders.  Please note that the following should be considered when using the forms/standing orders (see below):               Chronic Hemodialysis Physician’s Order Sheet Form # SAP 295044 (W-00109A) Version May 2013 – Page…
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WRHA Indigenous Health – Spiritual/Cultural Care

Think for a minute about your Indigenous patients…have there been situations in which they may have benefited from spiritual or cultural support to help them through a particularly stressful time? When to contact Indigenous Health – Spiritual/Cultural Care – AN EXAMPLE: A 65-year old First Nations hemodialysis patient shares with you that he is struggling…
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