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Region spends $3.2 million to add more NICU nurses

November 7, 2018 – The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority today announced $3.2 million in funding for additional Neonatal Intensive Care nursing resources to address the sustained increase in patient volumes seen at both Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospital over the past year.

WRHA announces details for next phase of health service consolidation

May 31, 2018 – Building upon accomplishments already realized through the implementation of Phase I of our Healing our Health System plan, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) announced details and timelines today for changes coming to the system during Phase II of the plan.

Rapid Response nurse helps patients self-manage chronic conditions at home

May 7, 2018 – Targeted to clients being discharged from in-patient units, emergency departments, urgent care or clinical assessment units, Rapid Response Nursing is a short-term home care service that supports a successful discharge home with prompt interventions that can help avoid any unnecessary returns to hospital.

Nurses maintain motivation in changing health-care system

May 7, 2018 – Grace Hospital nurse Julie Miller has been on the front lines of health-care system changes aimed at providing the right care, in the right place, at the right time. But her overall goal, and that of her colleagues, has remained the same.

Like a breath of fresh air

May 7, 2018 – Registered nurse and certified asthma educator Nancy Ross is proud to be part of a team helping children and families dealing with asthma and food allergies breathe a little easier and lead healthier, more active lives.

Nurses using advanced technology, therapies to treat mental health issues

May 7, 2018 – As she was training in university to become a registered psychiatric nurse, Sara Wikstrom looked forward to the day when she’d be able to guide patients along the road to improved mental health. What she didn’t know was that she’d soon be working on the forefront of a new technology – repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, more commonly called rTMS – that’s yielding promising results in patients with mild to moderate depression.

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