Conference 2023 – just weeks away
Ottawa Oct 4, 5 & 6
Reconnect – Learn – Share
We’re so excited to welcome everyone back to our in-person conference, happening this year in Ottawa, October 4, 5 & 6. We’re calling this year’s conference ENSEMBLE to highlight the sense of reconnection and unity we hope to create. On the program this year are important topics like the role of midwives as abortion providers, anti-racism and the role midwives can play in recognizing and responding to family violence. We’re also creating opportunities for you to connect, share and learn together. There will also be an Exhibit Hall with the latest innovations and products, and presentations from some of the leaders in our field. We hope you can join us.
- Insightful sessions you don’t want to miss
- Panel discussions and interactive sessions where you can share and learn
- Lots of time to reconnect with friends and colleagues
- A sparkling Exhibit Hall
- Fun games and prizes
- The famous dance party!
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Resources for Midwives
The Emergency Skills Programs provide continuing education in critical emergency skills within a midwifery context both in hospital and out-of-hospital settings.
The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) and the National Council of Indigenous Midwives (NCIM) are partnering with McMaster University on a project to build the capacity of midwives to recognize and respond safely to family violence.
Understand the barriers and facilitators to the implementation and integration of midwives as vaccine providers in health systems in Canada
For decades, Inuit women in northern Quebec had to travel south, far from family and support, to give birth. That changed in 1986 when the North’s first midwifery clinic opened in Puvirnituq.
The Canadian Association of Midwives is pleased to announce that its annual midwifery conference will be in person this year. This celebrated conference will be in Ottawa, October 4, 5 and 6 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Ottawa City Centre. Join keynote speakers Katsi Cook, Manava Handa, Valerie Gideon, Associate Deputy Minister, Indigenous Services… Read More »The CAM Conference 2023 is Here
CAM is working on the development of a podcast for members, professionals working in SRHR, and other birth workers. We value your input. Please share with us your ideas, what you would like to hear, and how we can best make a podcast for you. Thank you for your participation. Related posts: CAM’s 2018 Conference… Read More »CAM Podcast Development Survey
The Midwives Recognize and Respond to Family Violence Resource Toolkit includes tip sheets, tools, backgrounders and scenarios to support the learning and practice of trauma-informed care. These quick guides can be used as stand-alone resources or with related resources in the toolkit. Part of the Midwives Recognize & Respond to Family Violence project, these resources… Read More »New Resource Toolkit on Recognizing and Responding to Family Violence