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Clinical Education

Progress in health care depends on our capacity for evolution and continuous learning. While a nurse's initial education will prepare them with the information they need to begin a career in health care, it also sets nurses up for a lifetime of learning that is necessary to offer the best possible care to our patients. See the links below for the latest information on best practices and educational updates.

Collaborative Care

What is Collaborative Care?

Quality and effective health services are best offered in a collaborative team approach that brings together various health and social services professionals with patients/family. Our staff support and complement each other's efforts and provide holistic patient care. The patient and their supports are actively involved with our care professionals to design a care plan that is best suited to their needs. 

Benefits of Collaborative Care

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Collaborative care supports:

  • Quality improvement
  • Simplifying and streamlining complex care plans, health needs and processes
  • Holistic care that sees each patient, client and resident as a unique individual in need of our help

The Canadian Interprofessional Healthcare Collaborative Framework includes six key competencies:

Learn how each of these competencies serves our patients and our providers: https://professionals.wrha.mb.ca/collaborative-care/about/


Learning Needs Assessment

Position Descriptions

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