We advocate in partnership with the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM) and other midwifery associations to relevant governments for policy changes and funding to advance Indigenous midwifery, the growth, diversity, and accessibility of midwifery throughout Canada, and continued investments to strengthen midwifery globally.
Jennie Joseph wants to fix the black maternal mortality crisis one midwife at a time. – Don’t miss what is going to be a great talk.
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To mark International Day of the Midwife, Member of Parliament Marc Serré (Liberal) made a statement in support of midwifery in the House of Commons.
May 4, 2022 – May 6, 2022 Recordings available for the entire month! Join us for our Virtual Forum and take part in three days of virtual presentations,… Read More »Restoring Indigenous Midwifery and Birth Forum
Access to safe and legal abortion is a human right and providing abortion care and post abortion care is part of the role of Canadian midwives. The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) supports Canadian midwives who already provide abortion and post-abortion care and midwives who are working to integrate this care into their practice and calls on midwives and all reproductive health care providers to work to ensure access to abortion care in Canada.
The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) formally adopts the Truth & Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action (TRC), the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls… Read More »New Position Statement: Combatting Anti-Indigenous Racism
Access to vaccination information and services is a human right and increasing safe and equitable access to vaccines and vaccine information is important for community health and well-being.