At CAM, we work hard every day to make sure you have the best tools and research to move forward in delivering quality care. Look through the resources to find something you can start using today.
CAM’s Position Statements outline our views on key issues around sexual and reproductive health. Topics rage from anti-racism to working conditions. These statements help influence the conversation and move legislation towards our goal of equitable access to excellent sexual, reproductive, and newborn midwifery services for everyone.
CAM has published its 2021 Annual Report. This year’s report includes a special Message from the President, a full report from NACM and Global, and a detailed presentations of CAM’s new Theory of Change!
The Theory of Change is CAM’s road map for the next 5 years and articulates how midwifery can grow and what we’re doing to help you grow along with it.
Immunization can be a complex topic but midwifery clients have expressed their desire for and trust in midwives to facilitate nuanced, evidence-based, and respectful discussions around immunization. We have therefore strived to create materials that are balanced, respectful, and helpful.
The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) and the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM) are partnering with McMaster University on a project to build the capacity of midwives to recognize and respond safely to family violence.
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 Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice (CJMRP) is Canada’s national, peer-reviewed midwifery journal. This professional journal provides a venue for the publication of research relevant to midwives and midwifery practice. It is the official journal of the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) and is supported by midwives from all regions of Canada.
The Canadian Caucus of Queer and Trans Midwives hosts a queer mentorship program to support student midwives in Canada. We welcome people who self identify as part of the 2SLGBTQQIA spectrum and who are midwifery students or midwives in Canada.
An opportunity for BIPOC midwives to pair, share and care with this next generation of BIPOC students. The mentorship program is open to any midwife and any student residing and working in Canada.