WE ARE LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS!
(NAFLD) Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease – HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR LIVER?
The University of Manitoba, together with Four Arrows Regional Health Authority and C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre is conducting a study to determine how common and/or severe the condition called ‘non-alcoholic fatty liver disease’ (NAFLD) is in Manitoba, an the long-term outcomes for people who have this condition.
We are inviting community members like yourself to come to the planned community clinic to participate in the study. All members ages 18 years or over from the WINKLER and MORDEN area are invited to participate in the study. You do not have to have this condition to participate. The medical study team will be set up at our clinic on several different days (some evening appointments may be available as well).
If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact us at 204.325.4312 OR email us at email@example.com. You can also talk to your doctor or our reception staff. For more information on the study, please click on one of the following:
The Health Care Directives Act allows you to express your wishes about the amount and type of health care and treatment you want to receive should you be unable to communicate your wishes. Use the icon to the left to access a printable form that you can fill out at your convenience and discuss with your doctor.
The Patient Advocate Form is a tool developed by the Institute’s Patient Advisory Committee. Its purpose is to help people name a person(s) who can advocate or speak up and act on their behalf. The form can be printed, filled out and returned to your doctor’s office.
It also provides some frequently asked questions and answers about what a patient advocate is, why use one, tips on selecting an advocate, and the difference between a patient advocate and a health care proxy. The form includes a checklist of tasks a person, as a patient, may want an advocate to do. The intent of this form is as an example to assist the public in expressing their wishes and is not intended to represent professional advice.