Monthly Archives: March 2017

LIS Planned System-Wide Outage April 9 15:30-19:30

March 30,17

DSM’s Provincial Laboratory Information System will undergo a planned four-hour outage for system maintenance Sunday, April 9 from 15:30-19:30 (3:30 – 7:30 PM). For more details on how this will affect the reporting of lab results at your facility, please read the following: LIS Rural Planned Outage LIS Winnipeg Planned Outage

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2017 Research and Innovation Grant Recipients

March 28,17

Diagnostic Services Manitoba is pleased to announce the awardees in the 2017 Research and Innovation Grant Competition. The grants provide funding for research with a focus on knowledge translation leading to adoption and implementation of evidence- based clinical practice and patient outcome improvements.

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Histotechnology Day – Celebrating Important Diagnostic Work

March 10,17

March 10 celebrates the science of Histotechnology and the important work that goes on in laboratories to identify tissue abnormalities through the histology process. To learn more visit the National Society for Histotechnology.

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CWM Participates in Engaging National Meeting

Members of Choosing Wisely Manitoba were among the more than 300 stakeholders attending the Choosing Wisely Canada National Meeting at the end of February. Attendees included clinicians, patient representatives, leaders from national organizations, as well as provincial and territorial Choosing Wisely campaigns. Visit Choosing Wisely Canada to learn more about the more than 80 abstracts […]

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TI Lab Contributes to Record Year for Kidney Donations in Manitoba

March 9,17

DSM’s Transplant Immunology Lab was extra busy last year – contributing to the record 57 kidney transplants that gave the gift of life to Manitobans through Manitoba’s Renal Transplant Program. The TI Lab already plays a very important role in the transplant of kidneys from both living and deceased donors, but work has expanded as […]

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