Max Rady College of Medicine News Archive
August 17, 2021 —
Two scientists from the Max Rady College of Medicine are conducting research with the potential to improve cancer patients’ lives, thanks to funding support from the Canadian Cancer Society
August 6, 2021 —
'The University of Manitoba's Dr. Ryan Zarychanski led two of three large trial groups that pooled their data and found out the blood-thinner heparin can safely treat moderately ill COVID-19 patients'
August 4, 2021 —
Collaborative international clinical trials testing full-dose anticoagulation with heparin (a blood thinner) in hospitalized patients with COVID-19 has found the treatment improves survival and reduces the need for vital organ support such as mechanical ventilation in moderately ill patients
July 20, 2021 —
The Conversation Canada and the University of Manitoba have put together a special live video panel of experts to explore and explain vaccine hesitancy and discuss what can be done to promote vaccine confidence.
July 20, 2021 —
When the call went out for paid staff to work at Manitoba’s COVID-19 vaccination clinics, many students in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences felt honoured to join the ranks.
July 19, 2021 —
The interprofessional collaborative care (IPCC) curriculum prepares Rady Faculty of Health Sciences students to thrive as part of a team in the modern health-care environment.
Reaching pregnant women via internet, airwaves increases prenatal program participation in First Nations
July 14, 2021 —
An online and broadcast prenatal education program significantly increased participation rates in prenatal programs and breastfeeding in three Manitoba First Nations communities, a study by University of Manitoba researchers and First Nations partners found.
July 13, 2021 —
A research team from the Max Rady College of Medicine will use thermal imaging and artificial intelligence to better understand the warning signs of rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers seek health-care workers, bereaved family members for studies related to death during pandemic
July 12, 2021 —
University of Manitoba researchers want to understand the personal toll the COVID-19 pandemic has taken on front-line health workers who have cared for dying patients. They also want to discover what it’s been like for people to experience the death of a family member during the pandemic.
June 29, 2021 —
Children who are physically punished display increasing aggression, antisocial behaviour and conduct problems as they grow, says a study in The Lancet co-authored by a UM expert.