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    February 26th, 12-2pm ET

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How to Become a Midwife

Learn more about becoming a midwife and what it means to guide the birthing person through one of the most transformative experiences a person can have.

Find or Post a Job

Find or post a job on Canada’s only national midwifery jobs board. There are positions from coast to coast to coast.

Discover Midwifery in Canada

Midwifery is a growing and dynamic profession in Canada, providing care along the pregnancy journey – before, during and after birth.

CAM Global

Discover how midwifery is changing lives around the world and improving access to quality health care for people every day.

Resources for Midwives

Emergency Skills Workshop

The Emergency Skills Programs provide continuing education in critical emergency skills within a midwifery context both in hospital and out-of-hospital settings.

Midwives Recognize and Respond to Family Violence

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. 

Evidence Synthesis

Understand the barriers and facilitators to the implementation and integration of midwives as vaccine providers in health systems in Canada

February 27, 2024 @ 12:00 pm - February 28, 2024 @ 3:30 pm
Online Event
Join the National council of indigenous midwives as we host another national forum on Indigenous midwifery and birth! + Learn all about the Watch Parties hosted in all directions.
Addressing vaccine hesitancy: emerging tools for clinicians
March 12, 2024 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online Event
Vaccine hesitancy is defined as an attitude resulting in delay or refusal of vaccines. This presentation will provide an overview of vaccine hesitancy and vaccine acceptance, what we’ve learned about midwives’ opinions on the topic and share emerging tools for clinicians.
February 26, 2024 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online Event
Join us on February 26th, 12-2pm EST, for "Showcasing Excellence: Empowering IBPOC Midwifery Researchers," a webinar highlighting the research of IBPOC midwives and students. Discover groundbreaking work on racial equity in midwifery and gain insights into research, grad school, and publishing during our Q+A session.
CJMRP now online

CJMRP is Now 100% Online.

The Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice (CJMRP) is now 100% online. The CJMRP is Canada’s national, peer-reviewed midwifery journal, publishing research relevant to midwives and midwifery practice for over 20 years. Since 2003, members of CAM received the printed publication three times per year in their mailbox. The Journal is now going digital!… Read More »CJMRP is Now 100% Online.

CAM Online Learning Survey

CAM Online Learning Survey

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Online Learning for Midwives The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) is developing an educational platform that will offer continuing professional development (CPD) and other online learning opportunities for midwives. The initial platform and content launch will take place this Spring, 2024. From there, we plan to build out a larger… Read More »CAM Online Learning Survey

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy: Emerging Tools for Clinicians

Special Webinar: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy: Emerging Tools for Clinicians

March 12, 2024 from 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM ET Vaccine hesitancy is defined as an attitude resulting in delay or refusal of vaccines. While this phenomenon is complex, research shows a recommendation from a trusted health care provider helps address it. Although midwifery scope varies, midwives are responsible for providing immunization counselling and education, as well as recommending… Read More »Special Webinar: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy: Emerging Tools for Clinicians

A smiling white woman, Sonya Rae, sits with her 11-month-old son Miles

P.E.I. finally has its first official midwives (CBC)

Article by Stephen Brun/CBC, Feb. 1, 2024 After decades of proponents calling for the service, Health P.E.I. has hired its first two midwives to provide care both before and after new births on the Island. The midwives began working at Charlottetown’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Jan. 30, and can offer care prior to birth and… Read More »P.E.I. finally has its first official midwives (CBC)