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Dr. Leslie E. Roos headshot, taken outside in afternoon light.

Research and International

Meet Leslie E. Roos, 2023 Rh Award Winner in the Social Sciences category

May 24, 2024 — 
Dr. Leslie E. Roos is the 2023 recipient of the Terry G. Falconer Memorial Rh Institute Foundation Emerging Researcher Award in the Social Sciences category.

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A young woman receives psychological support.

Research and International

Lasting Solutions for the Mental Health Crisis

May 9, 2024 — 
On Thursday May 30, 2024, UM Knowledge Exchange explores the growing mental health crisis faced by Manitobans.

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COVID vaccine vials. // Image from Pixabay

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CityNews: COVID vaccination rates dismal across Canada 4 years after pandemic was declared

March 12, 2024 — 
COVID vaccination rates dismal across Canada 4 years after pandemic was declared

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The NCTR building lit orange for National Truth and Reconciliation Day

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CTV Winnipeg: Awareness of residential school harms has increased, but more reconciliation work needed: report

December 13, 2023 — 
Awareness of residential school harms has increased, but more reconciliation work needed: report

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CTV Winnipeg: Chad Allan, founding member of Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, dies at 80

December 4, 2023 — 
CTV Winnipeg: Chad Allan, founding member of Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, dies at 80

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UM mental health program for older adults plans for national expansion

September 11, 2023 — 
Dr. Kristin Reynolds, director of the UM Health Information Exchange Lab, has been recognized with a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Aging Prize for her work to expand and evaluate the CONNECT Program.

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Two females sitting across from each other on plush chairs, one holding a notebook and pen, engaged in conversation.

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Clinical psychology graduate program to double

August 2, 2023 — 
On July 21, the Province of Manitoba announced it will invest $412,000 to double the number of seats in the clinical psychology graduate program beginning in fall 2024. This is the first significant increase in student seats to this program in decades and will do much to help fill the urgent need for clinical psychologists in Manitoba.

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