• Our Vision
  • Our Team
  • Our History
  • Facilities
  • Booking an IMP Facility
  • Medical Undergraduate Program
  • How to Apply
  • Study in the IMP
  • Information Sessions
  • Resources
  • Student Research
  • Student Perspectives
  • Student Stories
  • Student Publications
  • Scholarship / Award Winners
  • Resources
  • Faculty Development
  • Faculty Resources
  • Clinical Faculty Appointments
  • Support the IMP
  • Volunteer Patients
  • Standardized Patients
  • Clinical Teaching Associates
  • First Patient Volunteers
  • Volunteer Opportunities for Physicians
  • Library Services
  • Technology at IMP
  • Victoria couple makes donation to improve care for patients with cognitive health issues

    Oct 12, 2017 | Posted by: Rhys Mahannah

    ih

    A Victoria couple has pledged $2.5 million to improve care for patients with cognitive health issues.

    The generous donation, made by Neil and Susan Manning, kick-starts The Neil and Susan Manning Cognitive Health Initiative. The initiative features a partnership between Island Health, the University of Victoria, and the University of British Columbia, including UVic's Institute of Lifelong Health and UBC's Island Medical Program, and will aim to improve the diagnosis and treatment of dementia on Vancouver Island.

    For more information on the initiative, click here to read Island Health's news release.



    Share