Manitoba Centre for Health Policy News Archive
December 3, 2017 —
A University of Manitoba study, published this fall in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, showed women tended to have higher rates of mental illness and substance use disorder diagnoses after their children were taken into care.
September 14, 2017 —
"This is all about taxation and not so much about health care, so I think that we are seeing an outcry from both sides … based on their own philosophies around tax increases," said Dr. Alan Katz, director of the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy at the University of Manitoba.
Apparent practice of gender selection among Indian-born immigrants continues despite time spent in Canada, study finds
April 24, 2017 —
This is contrary to what the researchers expected
March 3, 2017 —
A new study by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy is challenging some long-held assumptions about the primary causes of lengthy emergency room waits in Winnipeg
November 27, 2016 —
Gregg Hanson, Sharon Carstairs, Warren Winkler, Marie Wilson, Michael Eskin and Noralou Roos recognized for outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to Canada
November 21, 2016 —
The study measured how common mental disorders are among Manitoba children, and what puts kids at risk.
November 17, 2016 —
The suicide rate for teens in Winnipeg's inner city is more than three times higher than average, researchers with the University of Manitoba's Rady Faculty of Health Sciences have found
August 30, 2016 —
More than $8 million for 4 research projects at U of M
August 2, 2016 —
A new kind of research lab opened this spring at the Grace General Hospital, one focused on enhancing students’ and clinicians’ empathic communication skills with patients, families and caregivers