Growing The Legacy
May 26, 2014
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On May 26, 2014, MIPS hosted Growing The Legacy, a public educational event to recognize MIPS’ 10 years of service to Manitobans in the field of patient safety. Approximately 125 people attended in person at the St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre and others joined across Manitoba at 12 MB Telehealth sites.
The event featured three well-known and respected leaders in their fields: The Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair, CBC Radio’s Terry MacLeod, and Hugh MacLeod, the CEO of the Canadian Patient Safety Institute.
The Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair started the event with a profound presentation about his experiences conducting the Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Inquest, studying the deaths of twelve children in the pediatric cardiac surgery program of Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre in 1994. CBC Radio’s Terry MacLeod shared his personal healthcare experiences and the poignant experience of his close personal friend. Completing the afternoon’s speakers was Hugh MacLeod, the Canadian Patient Safety Institute’s CEO. Hugh has a work record that demonstrates commitment to systems productivity improvement and a passion for leadership development. Hugh shared his personal story as well as his knowledge of trends that are shaping patient safety initiatives nationally and internationally. Following the presentation the audience participated with questions and comments.
March 6, 2013
OCTOBER 27, 2014
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights was the backdrop for the release of the Apology Act Information Sheet by MIPS and Manitoba’s Health Regulatory Colleges.
Canada’s Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
OCTOBER 28 – 30, 2014
Access session recordings for the Pre-Conference and Conference at – Canada’s Forum
MIPS and the Manitoba Alliance of Regulated Health Colleges launch the Apology Act Information Sheet at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, October 27, 2014.
SEPTEMBER 14 & 15, 2016
As the designated Patient Safety Education Program (PSEP) hub for the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, MIPS hosted a two-day educational event which certifies attendees of inter-professional teams as patient safety trainers.
Free forums on advancing patient safety.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2015
During Canadian Patient Safety Week, Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority partnered on two Patient Safety Forums on Tuesday, October 27th. One in the afternoon for healthcare staff and healthcare students and the other for the public in the events.
TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2016
Experts from across North America, which included Dr. Brian Goldman, a respected emergency physician at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto and author, shared strategies for patient and family engagement, to improve safety and outcomes.
Presented by Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety.
WRHA/MIPS, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference
Tuesday, APRIL 25, 2017
Theme: ‘Talk is Cheap. Communication is Priceless.’
Communication is at the heart of all relationships. In healthcare, success in communicating with patients, clients, families, and co-workers leads to safer care, trusting relationships and healing environments for all.
Saturday, NOVEMBER 25, 2017, 1:00 - 4:30 pm
Sturgeon Creek I Retirement Residence – 10 Hallonquist Drive
This workshop provided tips and local resources for those who are caregivers or supporting an aging friend or family member.
Visit Where Next? Pathways to Eldercare for more information or future workshops offered.
MIPS Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, JUNE 6, 2018, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
Théâtre Cercle Molière: 340, Provencher Boulevard
6th Annual National Forum on Patient Experience
Monday, SEPTEMBER 24 & Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018
This annual forum is Canada’s first and longest-running event dedicated to improving Patient Experience, and to bringing patients and professionals together from across the country to address important issues in patient-and-family-centred-care.
In September this forum hosted 20+ speakers, 10+ patient partners and caregiver speakers, 8 case studies and 10+ hours of networking and discussion, focusing on doing more with less, facing change with confidence, and continuing to be a champion of the patient voice.