The Journal of Canada's Physician Assistants (JCanPA) is a peer-reviewed open access journal published twice a year. JCanPA is a forum to share and translate knowledge of Canada's Physician Assistants's practice, profession, and solutions.
Physician Assistants are academically prepared medical professionals, practising medicine within formalised structures with physicians.
This journal is not intended to provide the lay-public or our patients with directions for self-care and treatment. Visit your Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician to discuss your health and medical concerns. When it comes to health, direct communication with qualified and knowledgeable medical providers makes a difference.
An Inukshuk in the shape of a person signifies safety, hope and friendship. Used as a directional marker in Canada's North, the Inukshuk is an Inuit symbol of communication. From the Inuktitut, ᐃᓄᒃᓱᒃ, plural ᐃᓄᒃᓱᐃᑦ; alternatively, inukshuk in Inuinnaqtun, iñuksuk in Iñupiaq, or inukshuk in English. Respectfully used to symbolise our Journal's values, hopes, and purpose.
Summer Academe provides university and college administrators, deans and directors of summer sessions, and faculty involved in teaching and programming in summer sessions with a source of current research and best practices in summer session administration and pedagogy.
Prairie Fire Review of Books publishes reviews of new releases from the literary presses of (primarily Western) Canada. Most of the reviews cannot be found in the printed version of Prairie Fire.
The Proceedings of Manitoba’s Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research journal is a peer-reviewed undergraduate journal. Students receive recognition for their research in a wide range of scientific disciplines. The undertaking of writing a journal manuscript will enhance understandings of the significance of their respective projects in a broader context. This, in turn, will foster a tremendous growth in their intellectual development outside of the classroom setting, and serves as preparation for a career in research.
The CJHR is published by Robson Hall, Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba. The journal is a peer-reviewed forum for scholars to explore concerns in human rights and humanitarian law and policy relevant to Canadian society.
In addition to traditional legal scholarship, the CJHR welcomes submissions from varying disciplines, including the liberal arts and social sciences. Articles are published both online and in print