In 1980, the College of Nursing took a major step in its evolution: it admitted the first students to its inaugural master of nursing program.
Starting an educational program in the health sciences usually means finding your way around unfamiliar buildings, mingling with new classmates, and getting your academic bearings through a series of orientation sessions and events.
The Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry’s undergraduate clinic looked different when it reopened to patients in early September.
The last time Manitoba’s First Nations communities saw widespread flu-like symptoms among their people, the outcome was grim. In 2009, the H1N1 influenza pandemic disproportionately affected Indigenous people, with higher rates of infection and over-representation among those needing hospitalization.
Two interdisciplinary research teams from the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences have received one-year grants from the Winnipeg Foundation Innovation Fund for cutting-edge projects that will advance research in the areas of brain disease and mother-infant health.