MHIKNET offers regular education sessions in-person and via webinar. See recordings of recent webinars below. If you would like a copy of the slides or handout for this presentation, please contact us for copies.
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You may also be interested in the following online course by the U.S. National Library of Medicine:
MHIKNET 10 Year Anniversary
MHIKNET is 10 years old this year and we're celebrating this milestone over the next 10 months:
2019 Winter Education Series
CREATING MAPS FOR HEALTH CARE
Librarian Grace Romund guest-hosts this session, demonstrating in real time, how you can take raw health data and turn it into a map!
In this session you will discover how to integrate existing GIS data and health data sources (e.g. Statistics Canada, WHO, etc.) to visualize and analyze health statistics geographically. You will also learn about geographic data points and how to visualize data that you may have collected in your research or practice. This session will primarily focus on the free open source software program QGIS.
Previous GIS experience is not required.
UpToDate Now Available for Health Care Providers in Manitoba!
UpToDate is now available to all healthcare providers and students at Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living, the University of Manitoba, the Regional Health Authorities of Manitoba, CancerCare Manitoba, Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, and Doctors Manitoba.
Visit our FAQ page for information on how you can access UpToDate!
Manitoba's Health Information and Knowledge Network (MHIKNET)
Pronounced "my net", MHIKNET is Manitoba's Health Information and Knowledge Network, and is a service provided by the University of Manitoba's Health Sciences Libraries to staff of Manitoba Health, Seniors & Active Living, staff of participating Regional Health Authorities, and fee-for-service physicians in Manitoba.
MHIKNET provides quality information for patient care, evidence-based practice, health promotion, program planning and evaluation, continuing education, and staff development.
Remote access to online texts, journals and databases subscribed to by the University of Manitoba Libraries is not available to MHIKNET clients at this time. Existing vendor licences prohibit such access to library card holders who are not faculty, staff or students of the University of Manitoba.