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Donna Linklater: U-Tunes Instructor, Early Childhood Music and Outreach Wellness Programming at Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Art How did you get started with the Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts (MCMA) Music Equals program? I started working at MCMA last...
Davis Phinney Every Victory Counts Manual & Manual for Care Partners First published in 2010, the Every Victory Counts® manual broke new ground as the only resource of its kind, devoted solely to the principle of proactive self-care and a holistic approach to...
On February 4th, 2024, there will be a collective message from Cancer Organizations around the world asking to close the gap in cancer care. As a Parkinson’s community, we can empathize with others who also lack the care that would benefit the lives of those...
Lab Study Opportunity at the University of Manitoba – February 8, 2024
The University of Manitoba Master of Physical Therapy Program is looking for people with Parkinson’s Disease to participate in a lab with physiotherapy students. At the lab you would work with a group of 5-10 physiotherapy students, who will be testing your strength, flexibility, balance, and walking. They will also have you do some basic exercises.
The lab is on Thursday, February 8 and you may choose to participate from 10:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-3:00pm. The lab is at the College of Rehabilitation Sciences at 771 McDermot Ave.
If you are interested in participating, or would like more information, please contact the lab instructor Sarah Conci by email at Sarah.Conci@umanitoba.ca or phone (204) 977-5637.
Manitoba Tomorrow Project – Ongoing
The Manitoba Tomorrow Project is a long term health research project with the goal of learning more about the causes of cancer and other chronic diseases. Research projects such as this have the ability to help find new and improved treatments, methods for detecting disease, and prevention strategies.
Hosted by CancerCare Manitoba, they are the Manitoba branch of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health (CanPath): Canada’s largest population health study with over 330,000 participants spread across each of the nation’s 10 provinces.
Walking Improvement in Parkinson’s disease Research Study – Ongoing
Physical Therapy and Neuroscience researchers from the University of Manitoba are looking for both individuals with Parkinson’s disease and age-matched healthy control to participate in a clinical trial to evaluate the benefits of various treadmill and cognitive exercise programs in Parkinson disease.
For more information and to participate in the study, please click here.
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