Movies for Mental Health is a two-hour workshop in collaboration with Art with Impact Canada that includes an interactive viewing and response to several winning short films, and a panel of speakers representing on and off-campus mental health resources. The workshop focuses on empowering young adults, educators, health professionals and community members to gain a […]
The Wellness Speaker Series Team is excited to host our (second annual) first event of the year: SuicideTALK. This 1.5 hour session will bring students into an open, informative and safe space to talk about suicide – topic that even in our field of study, is still somewhat taboo. The reality of its prevalence in […]
Here’s the second edition of the MMSA Senior Stick Newsletter! I’ve changed up the format a bit to reflect on the goals the MMSA had set out at the beginning of the year and to see how our work has accomplished these goals. […]
Dr. Drachenberg is a well known urologist by day and musician by night. He founded the School of Rock and is currently a member of ‘Malpractice,’ a band comprised of physicians. He will be hosting a short talk followed by a Q&A regarding the balance he’s found between music and medicine. Snacks will be provided.
The Department of Student Affairs is proud to present a guest speaker in wellness on February 24th at 4:00pm. Dr. Mick Krasner (Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Rochester) has been teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to patients, medical students, and health professionals for more than 13 years. He is engaged in a variety […]
This offering is an interactive and practical session to help you improve your physical well-being. Our long hours of studying have led to muscle imbalances. Some examples being, forward head posture, rounded shoulders, or an anteriorly tilted pelvis. These changes lead to pain, a decrease in mechanical efficiency and an increased risk of injury. Demonstrations […]
Did you know that MMSA members are eligible to access the Doctors Manitoba Physician and Family Support Program? This is a confidential, comprehensive resource program available 24/7 designed to provide you with support to manage issues at school, work or at home including confidential counselling, legal support and many other services. For more information on […]
Nancy Finlayson, new to Max Rady College of Medicine’s Department of Student Affairs, will be speaking on issues that affect student wellness.
The LGBTTQI+ Interest Group at the Max Rady College of Medicine (University of Manitoba) warmly invites you to join us in an evening of dialogue and community building around issues of queer health & wellness. We hope to prioritize the voices of Winnipeg’s queer community, especially those most frequently left out of the conversation. This […]
Topic: Remembering who you are Facilitator: Linda Lam Room: Apotex Centre 069