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National Resident Wellbeing Week

Transition to Practice

Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 16th to www.parim.org

 

Earth Day April 22, 2012

5 Simple Tips to Stay Green:

  1. Walk, carpool or cycle
  2. Choose local Food
  3. Take Short Showers
  4. Use Non-Toxic, Natural Cleaning Products
  5. Recycle, Reduse and Reuse

Visit www.earthday.ca for more details.

PARIM Office Relocation

The PARIM Office is now at GF132.

This is in the ramp area before the 707 McDermot Ave. entrance.

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2012 Edition of “Tax Tips for the Physician and Physician in Training”

www.cma.ca/pmcresources

Resident of the Month, February 2012

Congratulations to Dr. Sean Udow!

Dr. Udow is always  looking for ways to improve education for residents and medical students.  Without him, the Neurology program would be a vastly different group of people.  Over the past 2 years, Dr. Udow has shown tremendous initiative in improving the program, improving the experience that off-service residents and medical students have during their rotations, and in bringing the residents of the Neurology program together.  On top of this, he is also an eminently competent physician.

Resident of the Month, December 2011

Congratulations to Dr. Kiet Do!

Dr. Do is chief resident at Family Medical Centre at St. Boniface General Hospital.

She has engaged junior residents in general teaching sessions, has lead the program in resident research, is very knowledgeable on a wide array of Family Medicine topics, a hard worker, diligent and a team player.

PARIM & Winnipeg Harvest Food Drive

PARIM in coordination with Winnipeg Harvest is doing a food drive from November 29th-December 20th.

Food and monetary donations can be dropped off at the        PARIM Office from 8:00am-4:00pm.

Monetary donations can also be made on their website at www.winnipegharvest.org

10 Most Wanted Items

  • Canned fish and poultry – tuna, or salmon (packed in water) chicken or turkey
  • Canned fruit and vegetables (packed in own juice)
  • Canned stew, chili, brown beans
  • Peanut Butter (light)
  • Baby Food – jars of chicken, beef, vegetables or fruit, infant cereal such as oatmeal, barley or rice, Formula with added iron *While donations of infant formula with added iron are needed, Winnipeg Harvest supports breastfeeding.
  • Whole grain pasta/whole wheat pasta
  • Rice – brown, converted or parboiled
  • Canned spaghetti sauce or tomatoes
  • Cereal – high fiber, non-sugar coated
  • Canned soup – lentil, pea, vegetable

Please share what you can spare of these non-perishable food items.
These food items reflect recommendations in Canada’s Food Guide and are supported by Manitoba Dietitians.

 

Holiday Festivities in the PARIM Lounge

PARIM’s 11th Annual Holiday Social

On November 25th, join your fellow residents at the Fort Garry Hotel (222 Broadway) (map)  for   PARIM’s annual festive gathering.

Drinks & Appitizers provided, PARIM Members can bring 1 guest

Friday November 25th, 2011 from 20h00 to 01h00, admission is FREE!

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