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​​​Medication Incidents occur with disturbing frequency in acute care, long term care, and community program settings.  Jump aboard the MedRec train and learn how Medication Reconciliation will keep your patients and clients safe.  The MedRec journey is important and it is up to you to take action.

Learning Objectives

- Gain and Maintain Momentum for MedRec implementation while hearing MedRec stories from a patient perspective.   Use the dynamic team based sessions to learn more about why MedRec is important and how MedRec benefits patients and health care providers.

  • Explore opportunities to engage physicians, community pharmacists,  and other partners in your Med Rec Process (All Aboard!)
  • Identify key strategies and practises to implement Med Rec at Discharge and Transfer by using  a team based cross sector lens. Celebrate the successes and develop solid strategies to overcome barriers in Med Rec implementation by hearing  examples of how MedRec is being implemented in Manitoba and across Canada

Thank you for jumping aboard the MedRec Train in Winnipeg.  We hope you had the opportunity to identify areas of strength and opportunity throughout your region and the province of Manitoba. 

In an effort to support you with your ongoing work in making care safer for your patients, clients, and residents, we are pleased to offer  a list of resources which include links to the workshop presentations, and links to various websites which may assist you as your Medication Reconciliation Journey continues.

Workshop Presentations

​Title/Description Speaker
​Medication Reconciliation—A patient/parent story
  • ​Mr. Donald Lepp
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​Leadership to Achieve Success in Medication Reconciliation
  • ​Dr. Robin Walker—London Health Sciences
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​Medication Reconciliation across the Continuum of Care for Cardiac Patients
  • ​Meghan McKechnie, Pharmacist, Cardiac Sciences Program, St. Boniface General Hospital
  • Kathy Hunter, Pharmacy Manager, Sobey’s, St. Anne’s Pharmacy
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​Medication Reconciliation:  Impact on First Nations Clients and Circle of Care
  • ​Denise Widmeyer, Patient Safety Coordinator, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Manitoba Region
  • Gail Halko, Chief Operating Officer, Grand Medicine Group of Companies
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​​Rapid Fire Presentations
  • ​Acute Care—Russell Health Center, Prairie Mountain Health
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  • ​Long Term Care—Vita & District Health Centre
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  • ​Long Term Care—RestHaven Nursing Home—Steinbach, Manitoba
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  • ​Lakeshore General Hospital, Interlake—Eastern Regional Health Authority
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  • ​e-Health Manitoba—On track for On-line Reconciliation
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​Use of the Quality Audit Tool to Audit the Medication Reconciliation Process
  • ​Jennifer Turple, Medication Safety Specialist, Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada
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​The Journey Continues
  • ​Marie Owen, National Medication Reconciliation Strategy Co-Lead, Canadian Patient Safety Institute
  • Marg Colquhoun, National Medication Reconciliation Strategy Co-Lead, Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada
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Additional Resources

Other Resources for your MedRec Journey: