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 http://sharedhealthmb.ca/health-providers/digitalhealth/lms
  • 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

Health Equity: What is it Anyway?

To support increased understanding and application of health equity concepts, an interactive workshop on the topic has been developed for team leaders. By the end of the Health Equity - What is it anyway? workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define key health equity concepts
  • Identify factors that impact health and well-being
  • Discuss how health equity is being promoted in the Winnipeg Health Region
  • Identify actions you can take to promote health equity

Next Workshop: June 7th 2019

8:30am – 12noon, 490 Hargrave, Room 119 __________________________________________________________

Health Equity - What can I do?

This interactive workshop helps participants identify and implement concrete actions to promote health equity in the Winnipeg Health Region. Recognizing that health equity is a multi-faceted, complex goal with no simple solution, participants work through a comprehensive case study using available tools to assess the situation, identify barriers, and outline a plan. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify factors that limit access and undermine an individual’s experience during health care encounters
  • Consider issues of inequity to identify barriers and opportunities
  • Review tools, resources, and approaches to actively promote health equity in healthcare settings

Next workshop: new date May 6th 2019

8:30am to 12noon, 490 Hargrave, Room 119

For more information visit your LMS account (search for “health equity”)

WCCNEP Rhythm Course (pre-requisite for the WCCNEP) 

OPEN to ALL Nurses who are enrolled in the WCCNEP, Advanced Assessment or who work in clinical units/areas that require cardiac rhythm analysis.  Other clinical nurses interested in gaining rhythm analysis knowledge and skills as part of their career planning can apply for available open spots.  

The rhythm course is composed of 6 rhythm classes scheduled one morning a week, 5 – 4 hour classes from 0830-1230 hours and the last week is the test from 0800-1030. 

Please CLICK HERE to view schedule.

Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (CCCN) Spring Nursing Conference & Annual General Meeting

"Update Your Cardiovascular Nursing Toolkit"

Friday May 24 - May 25th, 2019

Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, MB

Are you looking to update your knowledge of cardiovascular nursing, interested in learning the latest guidelines or wanting to connect with your cardiovascular peers? This two day event will feature a combination of plenary, break-out sessions and great networking. Topics include: Indigenous health, biomarkers/ troponin, heart failure, cardiac imaging modalities, cannabis, mechanical circulatory support, pharmacology, a patient’s experience with a left ventricular assist device, and a cardiology initiative for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in First Nations. Don’t miss the Friday night Cocktail Reception at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights! 90 minute museum tour followed by drinks and appetizers.

Tickets: $25.00 with conference registration.

Early bird registration ends April 8th – don’t miss out!

Visit www.cccn.ca to register or contact info@cccn.ca for more information.

Nurses Christian fellowship Canada is sponsoring Dr Allan Ronald to speak on the topic of The HIVstory: From Africa to America. 

Dr Ronald was a lead researcher developing treatment for HIV in Africa for 30 years.  He is very knowledgeable about the current situation in Canada and wordwide, and will be available to answer questions.

Saturday, May 25th at 0845hrs
Calvary Temple, 440 Hargrave St., Winnipeg 

The event will include a breakfast at Calvary Temple, 440 Hargrave St., Winnipeg, (parking and entrance at rear).

Tickets are $20.00.  RSVP @ 204-2508493. pay at the door or by paypal via www.ncfcanada.ca 

African entertainment and craftsale will be available. 

Please contact Susan Popkes for further questions. 204-250-8493

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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