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MPMHRG
The Manitoba Population Mental Health Research Group: Advancing knowledge and developing the next generation of researchers.
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MPMHRG Nov 7
Congrats to our lab director 🤩🤩🤩
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CIMVHR | ICRSMV 21 Oct 19
Dr. Sareen speaks to 3 ways researchers have impact: 1. The usual publications 2. Presentations and knowledge translation 3. Mentoring the next generation of researchers
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Justin Mausz 21 Oct 19
What’s the impact of research? Jitender Sareen of and University of Manitoba says it’s three things: 1 Publishing results 2 Securing grants to do the work 3 Mentoring the next generation of researchers
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MPMHRG 11 Oct 19
Last day to register! Contact 204-787-7728 ; crew@umanitoba.ca
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MPMHRG 10 Oct 19
Only two days left to register! New wellness program for building resilience in police, RCMP, firefighters, correctional officers, emergency dispatchers, & paramedics in . Contact crew@umanitoba.ca / 204-787-7728 by Oct 11.
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MPMHRG 23 Sep 19
The CREW study is looking for volunteers to try out a new wellness program for police, paramedics, firefighters, correctional officers, and emergency dispatchers/call-takers. Contact 204-787-7728 ; crew@umanitoba.ca. Registration open until Oct. 11!
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MPMHRG 10 Sep 19
hey our research team wants to use your CSQ-8 Scale for a project, DM us !!!
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MPMHRG 3 Sep 19
Registration extended to Sept 6 for September sessions. Contact us 204-787-7728 ; crew@umanitoba.ca
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MPMHRG 26 Aug 19
Registration is open until September 3, 2019! Contact 204-787-7728 ; crew@umanitoba.ca for details.
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MPMHRG 26 Aug 19
Missed our annual Dept of Psychiatry Research Summer School? Too bad. You missed some amazing ! But you can still view the faculty presentations online 😀 Hope to see you there next year!
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Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth 14 Aug 19
Dr. Tracie Afifi's research focuses on understanding how child abuse & neglect is related to mental & physical health problems; how to help children who have been maltreated; & how to prevent child abuse in MB. Congrats on your national award!
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MPMHRG 14 Aug 19
Calling all firefighters and paramedics in Manitoba! We're recruiting, contact us through dms or through crew@umanitoba.ca or 204-787-7728! Can we prevent PTSD?
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MPMHRG 8 Aug 19
The Creating Resilient Workplaces study is looking for volunteers to try out a new wellness program for police, paramedics, and firefighters. Contact 204-787-7728 ; crew@umanitoba.ca
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MPMHRG 8 Jul 19
Check-out this recent article from our Lab on "Ambivalence About Living and the Risk for Future Suicide Attempts"
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MPMHRG 8 Jul 19
Check-out this recent article on "digital health solutions for Indigenous mental well-being" in by senior investigators from our lab - Dr Hensel & Dr Sareen:
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Dr. Renée El-Gabalawy 5 Jul 19
Excited to be a part of this multidisciplinary initiative again this year. Let’s get those projects rolling!
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MPMHRG 5 Jul 19
We're hiring! Join our team
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MPMHRG 5 Jul 19
Kicking off our annual Research Summer School hosted by & ! Those accepted into this year's program include: psychiatry residents, medical students, psychology undergrads, physician assistants, & research assistants!
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MPMHRG 5 Jul 19
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Mach-Gaensslen Foundation of Canada 24 Jun 19
Winner of the 2018 Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize Dr. Tracie has just taken home another accolade: CIHR's Gold Leaf Prize for Outstanding Achievements by an Early Career Investigator. Read the G&M article.
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