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 Join Sigma Theta Tau - Xi Lambda Chapter Today!

(2019-02-20) 
 The University of Manitoba, College of Nursing Xi Lambda Chapter invites you to submit applications for membership. Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is an organization of nursing leaders, scholars, and researchers committed to improving health read more...

 Spring MCNHR Research Grant Competition

(2019-02-01) 
 The MCNHR is pleased to announce its Annual Research Grant Competition. The deadline for the Spring MCNHR Research Grant Competition will be April 1, 2019. read more...

 Seeking feedback on Health Canada's Draft Guide to Application of the Child Health Protection Act

(2019-01-29) 
 In 2015, the Government of Canada committed to restricting the advertising to children of foods that meet certain criteria for sodium, sugars and saturated fat. Provide your comments on the attached draft guide by February 15, 2019. read more...

 Let us know how you want to stay connected with the Association

(2019-01-24) 
 We've had some feedback from members that they would like to see shorter emails more often from us. We listened and will be moving to weekly emails. Please fill out this 2 minute survey to let us know how you want to connect with us. read more...

 MPHA Calling on Manitobans to Discuss Health Issues this Election

(2018-10-11) 
 The Manitoba Public Health Association (MPHA) is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan voluntary association representing public health in Manitoba. The MHPA recognizes that health is determined by more than health care services. They believe that read more...

 Deadline for the Fall MCNHR Grant Competition is October 15

(2018-10-10) 
 The MCNHR is running a second competition this year for its MCNHR Research Grants as they have unallocated funds remaining from their spring competition. read more...

 Call for RNs to take part in a study about situations where you feel you had to be Cruel to be Kind

(2018-10-04) 
 The goal of this study is to explore situations that involve the RN having to act in a way that he/she, or others, perhaps clients, family members, nursing students, or health care staff, may have viewed as harsh, uncaring, insensitive, or even cruel read more...

 Statement in response to the media report ‘Nurse punched in the face by man believed high on meth’

(2018-10-02) 
 Winnipeg, October 2, 2018 In the wake of increased incidents of crystal methamphetamine-induced psychosis and resulting violence against healthcare professionals in emergency departments, the Association of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (the Assoc read more...