In my work in donor relations in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, I have been struck recently by the amazing advancements that are possible when partners come together to support a shared vision.
Christina Keeper [BA/10, MPT/22] first thought about a career in physical therapy when she had a knee injury at the age of 20 from playing hockey.
From a young age, Dr. Diana McMillan [MN/95] felt destined to work in health care. Her mother was a nurse. Her father was a family doctor, surgeon and coroner serving five counties from a clinic next door to the family home in Crysler, Ont.
Alumna Ashley Walus has one piece of advice for today’s students at the College of Pharmacy: Say yes.
In 2018, Dr. Nathan Nickel led an innovative data study of Manitobans with alcohol use disorders. It revealed that Manitobans who drink to excess are much heavier users of the health-care system and have much more contact with social services and the justice system than those who don’t.