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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. 

WRHA
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

INDIGENOUS HEALTH ROUNDS

Indigenous Identity: Coming full Circle

NOV 16th 2018

SEVEN OAKS GENERAL HOSPITAL (SOGH)

MEETING CENTRE AUDITORIUM    12:00 – 1:00

               Feature Speaker: Jonathan Meilke 

Jonathon will share his journey of growing up in Northern Manitoba, serving in the military in Afghanistan, living with mental health and addictions and his experience in the justice system. Jonathan currently volunteers with the Bear Clan Patrol and Main Street Project, is active in addictions programs and reclaiming his traditional ways. Jonathan is also an aspiring boxer and trains out of the Stingers Boxing Academy and hopes to attend post-secondary school in the coming years. Jonathans courageous journey in reclaiming his traditions, commitment to his family, finding hope in addictions treatment and involvement in sport and educational is an inspiring story of how Indigenous youth are reclaiming and strengthening their Identity.

Available via Telehealth (Telehealth accessible sites only)

Please register via Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indigenous-health-rounds-indigenous-identity-coming-full-circle-tickets-51225534954?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

For more information please contact 204-940-8880

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.

WRHA
Ethics Services is offering sessions of the following workshops:

Introduction to Health Ethics is an interactive one-day workshop designed for people interested in ethics in clinical practice. Participants increase their knowledge of ethics and how it is applied in healthcare; begin to develop skills to consider ethically charged issues; learn effective techniques to seek out healthcare ethics information; and increase awareness of ethics resources, strategies & networking opportunities. This course used to be called Level 1 Health Ethics.  CLICK HERE to view poster

Moral distress occurs when one understands the ethically right thing to do but is prevented from doing it by some barrier or circumstance. This can have damaging effects on health care providers who experience it. In this interactive, one-day workshop, participants will explore and define moral distress; examine a model for healing/building resilience; develop insight into reactions to emotional distress; recognize signs of moral distress; and learn techniques for managing distress.  CLICK HERE to view poster

Registration is available through Learnflex at https://manitoba-ehealth.learnflex.net.

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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The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority acknowledges that it provides health services in facilities located on the original lands of Treaty 1 and on the homelands of the Metis Nation. WRHA respects that the First Nation treaties were made on these territories and acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to collaborate in partnership with First Nation, Metis and Inuit people in the spirit of reconciliation.
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