The WRHA Education Portal provides direct links to developmental opportunities for managers and staff working across the Winnipeg Health Region. To expand their knowledge, skills and abilities, this portal will provide access to clinical and non clinical regional education and resources. Simply select the option below that you wish to view and you will be linked to categories that fall under the descriptor.

For site specific sessions - please contact your respective site.

Managers Staff EAP theHUB
Safety Clinical Computer Training Resource

OSD courses and registration are now on the Learning Management System. Please follow the steps below to view and register for courses.

To register for a course in the LMS:

  • Go to https://manitoba-ehealth.learnflex.net
  • Log in. If you are a new user, click on the link to create an account and follow the prompts.
  • Select the Courses/Registration tab.
  • In the Search Box in the upper right corner, search for OSD
  • Click the Register button beside the workshop you wish to take.
  • If you have any questions or issues with creating an account in the LMS please contact the Manitoba eHealth Service Desk at 204-940-8500.

Check out theHUB

This resource has been designed to provide leaders with tips and tools to support their team.  It is a collection of articles, videos, job aids and other resources.   
Click theHUB Button above to find out more. 

Provincial Healthcare Violence Prevention Program
Module 1 – Orientation to Violence Prevention Program
Available on the Learning Management System (LMS)

To access the course, log in to the LMS
click on Courses/Registration.
Then click on WRHA - General.
Then click on Violence Prevention.

For more information Click Here

Indigenous Culture Awareness Workshop (ICAW) and Traditional Teachings/Sweatlodge Workshops

Workshops are now available on the LMS.

ICAW  is a 2 day workshop offered throughout the calendar year.

Traditional Teachings and Sweatlodge are both ½ day workshops that are available 4 times in a calendar year. The prerequisite is the ICAW training.

Sign up quick as they fill up fast.  Additional workshop information is provided on the LMS.

If you have any other questions please contact Indigenous Health Cultural Initiatives at 204-940-8880

LTCAM Annual Provincial Conference and Exhibition

Climate Change in Long Term Care Embracing Diversity

Victoria Inn  Winnipeg, Manitoba

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Breakfast, Lunch & Refreshments Included

Awards for Excellence  90+ Exhibitors  Door Prizes  15 Sessions

CLICK HERE for full details & to register, please visit:


Circle in the Square

Indigenous Healing Spaces in Acute Care

This presentation will provide a history of spiritual care spaces in hospitals as well as describe the rationale for integrating Indigenous healing practices into the spaces.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

12:00 - 1:00 pm.

Sanctuary Room - GH2

Health Sciences Centre

Click here to view poster

First Line Manager's Day 

Key Speaker - Paul Mohapel

Managing Workplace Distractions

Thursday, May 24, 2018

  8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

CanadInns Club Regent

CLICK HERE to view poster    Visit the LMS to register

ACS Network Heart Attack Day 2018

Thursday, May 24, 2018

08:00-16:00 hours

Sam Cohen Auditorium St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre

Fees: physicians $150.00, Nurses/Other Health Professionals $75.00, Residents/Students/Trainees $35.00

Click here to view brochure

Lorraine J. Avery, RN, PhD, CNCC (C) 

Regional Clinical Nurse Specialist, WRHA Cardiac Sciences Program


Health Promotion and Advocacy Chair, Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses, Manitoba Division

www.cccn.ca The Voice of Cardiovascular Nursing in Canada

A CNS is a Masters or Doctorally prepared Advanced Practice Nurse whose function is to improve outcomes in patient care.
A CNS functions in five roles: Expert in Clinical Practice, Educator, Leader, Researcher and Consultant.

WRHA Quality Improvement & Patient Safety & Klinic Community Health Present:

The Impact of Helping Others: Strategies for Managing Stress and Building Resilience

This workshop will provide an overview of how caring for others can impact our minds and bodies.  Topics include:

    • Definition of vicarious trauma
    • Neurobiology of trauma
    • Strategies to build resilience
    • Mindfulness practices

    This free one-day workshop will be held at 10 sites during May & June.  Registration will take place through LMS with a limited workshop size of 30 participants. The target audience for the workshop is clinical staff, including managers and directors. Participants can attend the workshop at any of the WRHA sites where it is offered.  Please encourage staff to attend.  

See poster for registration and additional information.

 For more information contact Cheryl Harder at charder@wrha.mb.ca


Rehabilitation 2018


Examining Bias, Taking Action

Friday June 1, 2018

Holiday Inn Airport West  2520 Portage Avenue

Conference Presenters:

Dr. Marcia Anderson, Hannah Moffatt, Caitlin Peiris

and Lara Rae

CLICK HERE for full details & to REGISTER

Keeping Current With Cardiovascular Care 2018


The Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (CCCN) Manitoba Division invites you to this one day workshop that will provide information on the latest developments and current trends in the management of cardiovascular patients. Topics this year include: endocrine and cardiac; valvular heart disease; thoracic aortic clinic; cardiac pharmacology; donation after cardiac death, diet and label reading AND rhythm reviews. A light breakfast, hot lunch and door prizes are included.

Watch the CCCN Website for more details and to register. Registration starting March 12, 2018 @ http://www.cccn.ca/.   

Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (CCCN) Manitoba Division Executive

Monday, June 4, 2018   0800 - 1600 hrs.

Inn at the Forks, 75 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg

Current CCCN member $78.75   ($75.00 + $3.75 GST)

Non-member $105.00   ($100.00 + $5.00 GST)

Student Rate (ID required) $78.75    ($75.00 + $3.75 GST)

Registration Deadline Monday, May 28, 2018.

WRHA Ethics Services presents:

Hashing it Out: A Panel discussion on the Clinical and Ethical Implications of Legal Cannabis

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

1:00 - 3:30 pm.

Seven Oaks Hospital Audirorium

Also available by Telehealth - Cotact MB Telehealth to register your site.

Click here for full details     Free, no registratoin required!

Click here for application for Ethics Council

This portal is continually changing to meet demands.  If you have any comments or wish to post info on the portal contact OSD


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