Education Opportunities for Staff

Education Opportunities for Staff


Peritoneal Dialysis Workshops for Health-care Providers:

Next Sessions & Registration Forms:

September 21, October 19, November 16 December 14

Peritoneal Dialysis workshops are being offered on a monthly basis to staff interested in learning more about this modality of renal replacement therapy. These sessions provide an overview of PD as well as learning lab experience with both CAPD and APD. For more information about these sessions please contact the Regional Renal Educators: Angie Wieler or Julie Lorenz or email us at: mrp.ed@hsc.mb.ca


Nephrology Nursing Journal Club

MRP Journal Club Dr. Komenda Home Hemodialysis: A Manitoba Story

 

PAST JOURNAL CLUB PRESENTATIONS: (Please note we are trialling ways to livestream future Journal Clubs – below is the November 21 Journal Club) Here is the presentation is pdf format.

The Journal Club meets periodically to learn about and discuss relevant topics related to ongoing and upcoming issues in nephrology nursing. For more information call (204) 787 4917 or (204) 787-3458.


Nursing & Allied Health Nephrology Education:

Next Session: November 16th, 2018

Dr. Paul Komenda presenting – “Home Hemodialysis: A Manitoba Story”

The monthly sessions are physician led and provide a lunch hour’s worth of education for nursing and allied health professionals.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – SBGH – RM N1026 Host MB Telehealth

Future dates (subject to change):

SBGH-Rm – N1026 – VCU2 (Host) Swan River– Rm – Conf C/Sm MTG – HYBRID1
HSC– Rm – JBRC 777 The Pas Rm – Dialysis
SOGH– Rm – Meeting Centre Auditorium Russell District– Rm – Hemo Nurses Room HYBRID10/VCU2
Brandon– Rm – MTG LG1 – N248 Hodgson– Rm – CLINRenal1 – Clinic Rm
Dauphin-Rm – DRHC Main Level Clinic Room Boundary Trails Rm BCU4
The Pas- Rm  – Dialysis Thunderbay Regional Health Ctr Rm 2359 Renal Conference Rm

Cultural Safety & Competence Education Opportunities

WRHA Indigenous Health offers several workshops that provide cultural education. The workshops are beneficial for health-care staff seeking to build awareness and understanding in order to provide better care for Indigenous patients and their families. The program often accepts out of region participants (other RHAs etc).

Visit the LMS system and search through Indigenous Health’s courses.

  • Circle of Care: Enhancing the Culture of Well-Being Workshop     
  • Indigenous Cultural Safety     
  • Indigenous Cultures Awareness Workshop     
  • Indigenous Retention for Managers    
  • Indigenous Sweat Lodge Teaching Workshop     
  • Indigenous Traditional Teachings Workshop     
  • Palliative Care – Indigenous Perspectives on End of Life    
     

MRP Conferences & Symposiums

– Click for more information