CAM is looking for members interested in participating in the CAM Conference Program Committee for the 2021 Virtual Conference, Knovember, to take place November 2-5, 2021.
The discovery of a mass grave of 215 Indigenous children at the site of the former Kamloops Residential School is a sobering discovery which confirms what Indigenous communities have long known.
A short message from CAM President, Alix Bacon, celebrating the last 20 years of CAM, and looking forward to the next 20 years of midwifery.
On January 27 & 28 2021, the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) was honoured to participate, along with the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM), at the Federal government’s dialogue to advance a national action plan to eliminate anti-Indigenous racism in Canadian healthcare.
In 2019, midwives supported 40,939 births in Canada.
Coronavirus / COVID 19: Information for First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, individuals and healthcare providers.
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Reliable sources for general information on COVID-19 and public health advisories.
Discover key information and clinical resources on coronavirus for all health professionals.
Discover key information on coronavirus for all health professionals and the public from The Public Health Agency of Canada.
Read how Heather Heinrichs is helping women in norther communities. With her help they don’t have to make the long trip all the way to Yellowknife.
The World Health Organization has declared 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. Read what’s happening and when, and what you can do!
Watch inspiring speakers May Friedman, Ingrid Waldron, Fatimah Jackson-Best, and Cynthis Bruce at the 2019 CAM Conference.
The services provided by Clinic 554 in New Brunswick’s capital have been in jeopardy for several years due to the on-going refusal by the provincial government to pay for or reimburse patients for abortion services performed outside of hospitals – despite this being in violation of the Canada Health Act. We are deeply concerned and upset for families in the Atlantic region
In 2018, midwives supported 43,867 births in Canada.