Nominations are open now for PARIM’s Annual Awards, to be presented virtually on April 29. There are 3 awards each for residents and staff; information and nomination forms can be found at https://www.parim.org/parim-awards-2021/. Nominations are due by 4 pm March 26. Nomination forms should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for taking the time to… Read More
Nominations for the position of PARIM’s President-Elect will close on March 11 at 4 pm. The President is elected by on-line voting before the end of March. The newly elected President will hold the title of President-Elect from April 1- June 30 2021. During this transition time they will be mentored by the current President…. Read More
Congratulations to the PARIM Contract Survey draw winners: Drs Sina Hafizi, Tanis Quaife, Elliot Wong, and Anna Schwartz, and to the grand prize winner, Dr. Andrew Giles. Thank you to everyone who filled out the survey!
The third contract survey completion prize, a $50 gift card to Nonsuch, was drawn Wednesday, February 24. Congratulations to the winner! The next prize will be a gift card for Black Market Provisions, and will be drawn on Friday, February 26 at 10 am. Remember, once you complete the survey, you will be entered in… Read More
PARIM’s Contract Survey is open now. A link was sent to all PARIM members: if you haven’t received the link, please email email@example.com. Your responses are important! Data from this survey will be used as the basis for negotiations for the next Collective Agreement.
The election period for PARIM’s President-Elect has begun! This is a wonderful opportunity for those who care deeply about advocating for residents and are interested in a leadership role.The newly elected President will hold the position of President-Elect from April 1 until June 30. During this time the President-Elect will be able to learn from… Read More
Dear Residents, It is my privilege to write to you today and mark the beginning of our Resident Awareness Week! This annual event provides an opportunity to educate the public and our healthcare colleagues about the invaluable role residents have in the delivery of healthcare services in Manitoba. It is also an occasion to show… Read More
Now more than ever, we want to thank our health care workers. You have answered our call through the unprecedented challenges of this year. You have showed up every day to care for those in need. And we thank you for your care, compassion and sacrifice. We know this journey has been difficult but we are confident… Read More
This is a reminder that Bell MTS is discontinuing pager service in Manitoba as of December 31, 2020. This change affects all residents, and many other healthcare workers across the province. Residents should have received the option to use a smartphone device provided by Shared Health, or use their personal device for work communications. Note… Read More
Pagers do not need to be returned to Shared Health upon being decommissioned, as long as they are recycled electronically. Residents who do not have that option and would like to return them can do so in person or by mail, and arrangements will be made for the pagers to be recycled. The address is:… Read More