DSM’s Research Strategy is intended to support research opportunities that meet the overall principles and strategic priorities for diagnostic services in Manitoba; please review the details below regarding DSM’s guidelines, opportunities and funding. Click here for additional information on the DSM Research and Innovation Grants.
Monthly Archives: October 2016
As the province’s diagnostics leader, DSM has a significant role to play, not only in delivery of our own services, but in guiding best practices for diagnostics across the province. When the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority had the idea to pilot new INR testing methods to improve patient care, they looked to our laboratory experts […]
Philips and DSM are partnering to bring a rewarding educational opportunity to Manitoba radiologists and sonographers. The event, which is taking place on Saturday, November 5 in Winnipeg, features several presentations by Canadian experts.
With recent news that fentanyl and related drugs are in Winnipeg, DSM wants to ensure emergency physician awareness of available Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analog Testing. Please see the Clinical Communication regarding this testing.
This week we celebrate Manitoba’s sonographers, who are an integral part of the patient care team. Sonography, or ultrasound, is an examination that uses sound waves to obtain pictures of the internal structures and organs in the body. Thank you for your commitment to Manitoba physicians and patients! See Sonography Canada’s Sonography Week poster.
Did you know that Sonography is 50 years old this year and that Dr. Edward Lyons, a local radiologist, was instrumental in making ultrasound one of modern medicine’s most widely used diagnostic tools? Read more about Dr. Lyons’ achievements in ultrasound.
Thank you to all of the dedicated Health Care Support Workers who supported not only, diagnostic services across DSM, but in every area of health!