We are also interested in receiving information about any patient safety projects, initiatives, or workshops that are occurring in Manitoba. If you would like to share with others, please contact the editor so that your information can be included in the next edition.
Comments, questions, or letters to the editor should be addressed to: Tania Gottschalk, WRHA Librarian, Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, 770 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0W3 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Phone: 789-3365 or 926-7093
Regular Contributors: Tania Gottschalk, WRHA Librarian; Rob Robson, WRHA Director of Patient Safety; and Ryan Sidorchuk, WRHA Patient Safety Officer
About the Health Sciences Libraries|
The Health Sciences Libraries support the teaching, research, and patient care activities of the staff and students of the Faculties of Dentistry, Medicine, and the Schools of Dental Hygiene and Medical Rehabilitation.
Working with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, the University of Manitoba provides library services to six Winnipeg hospitals.The Health Sciences Libraries now include the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library (Health Sciences Centre), and the hospital libraries of Concordia, Grace, Seven Oaks, St. Boniface, and Victoria.
The Health Sciences Libraries offer a wide range of services — including document delivery, literature searches, and training — and provide access to an extensive collection of monographs, journals, videos, and health databases.
About the WRHA|
Established in December 1999, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is one of 12 Regional Health Authorities in Manitoba responsible for coordinating health services in designated regions. The WRHA is comprised of health care providers and management professionals who coordinate, manage, deliver, allocate funds to and evaluate health care and health promotion in Winnipeg. While they report through a Board of Directors directly to the Minister of Health, they are equally accountable to the public.
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is working to provide services that promote independence, wellness, treatment and care and doing it with respect. For more information about the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, search their website or contact them at: 1800-155 Carlton Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4Y1 Ph. 204.926.7000 Fax. 204.926.7007