Annual Report

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Every year the Department will produce an Annual Report.

The first edition was released on September 6th, 2018 and covers the year 2017.

The second edition was released on April 29, 2019 and covers the year 2018.

Feedback & Suggestions

Section Overviews

Discuss.gif Draft below- something along these lines should be the intro on each section's page. --User:Awatsko 15:05, 2019 April 24 (CDT)


  • The section of ______ consits of __# of GFT's and ___# of additional faculty.
  • Clinics are located ________ in _____ facilities within the province.
  • The primary focus of _________section includes________ (short unique description of the section in 5-7 sentances).



  • ___# of residents
  • Subspecialty Education overview- should come directly from the SE page( this will require a template as well - 1-2 sentances)
  • Direct entry




  1. Ideally this should be assigned to a role.
  2. Links for as many of the below as possible.
  • Total # FTE protected research time
  • Total $$ active research funding
  • Total Admissions
  • Total ambulatory visits in clinic
  • Total number of Trainees


Awards Are these all of our Department awards listed here?

Discuss.gif * Who is responsible for the upkeep?
  • Resident of the year award
    • 2019-2020 Terry Colbourne
  • Keep in mind that all info pulled need to have the calendar year parameters
    • Are you sure it needs those parameters? I suspect if you used the most current possible, and monitored last editor and last edit date, you would be miles ahead. The problem with adding dates is that it really becomes work because everything will need to be updated, even stuff that has not changed, and there is infrastructure to build and maintain for it etc. We can discuss.

Other content

  • "The Department" - something like the blurb used in job descriptions; really we should just have that on the wiki, as self-updating as possible, and use that for job descriptions and annual report and...


  • capitalization:
    • Section cap - only when "Section of ______"
    • Inpatient vs. In-patient/outpatient vs. Out-patient
    • Section name alone- neurology, hepatology = no caps.
    • When alone, "the department" is not capitalized.
  • Province of Manitoba - capitalize (only if you are talking about it as an institution. If you say "I drove through the province of Manitoba" it's lower case).
  • province alone - don't capitalize
  • Acronym - cap when spelled out
  • Two first names
  • Two last names
  • Dr. ____, MD, FRCP.../Dr. _____ FRCP = shouldn't be duplicated
Discuss.gif I can see where Dr. ___, MD is somewhat duplicating. Is this just about AR or about how we do credentials on wiki? We do have non-physician PhD Scientists, so without that the MD there will there be a loss of info. I suppose we could use some convention to deal with it. What would that convention be, though? Only physicians get to be called Dr. ___? We may end up with a new person from a more conservative background who takes issue with that. I don't feel strongly about this, just putting down some thoughts, would be interested to hear those from others.
DiscussMeeting.png Annual Report Meeting Ashley asked for a meeting page to put items on.

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