ICM has grown from a small group of Midwives Associations in Western Europe to a major Confederation with more than 116 autonomous associations from countries all over the world. By strengthening member associations, ICM advances the profession of midwifery globally promoting autonomous midwives as the most appropriate caregivers for childbearing women.
Canadian Association of Midwives / Association canadienne des sages-femmes (CAM/ACSF)
The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) is the national organization representing midwives and the profession of midwifery in Canada.
The mission of CAM is to provide leadership and advocacy for midwifery as a regulated, publicly funded and vital part of the primary maternity care system in all provinces and territories.
CAM promotes the development of the profession in the public interest and contributes the midwifery perspective to the national health policy agenda.
The vision of the Canadian Association of Midwives is that midwifery is fundamental to maternal and newborn health services, and that every woman in Canada will have access to a midwife’s care for herself and her baby.
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5 January 2015
ICM Member the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) shares its news update with the ICM community. Find more member news on the dedicated page.
9 January 2013
Joanna Nemrava RM is the new President of CAM
6th - 8th November 2013
13th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Midwives / Association canadienne des sages-femmes
The Canadian Association of Midwives / Association canadienne des sages-femmes 13th Annual Conference and Exhibit will take place November 6-8, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario
The event will host over 250 maternity care professionals including midwives, nurses, physicians, obstetricians and gynecologists, doulas and other health care professionals.
Our three-day conference will include a variety of speakers, panels and workshops that will showcase current findings and expert perspectives on various topics that influence midwifery practice and maternity care.
For information visit: www.canadianmidwives.org/conference
5th - 7th November 2014
The CAM/ACSF 2014 Annual Conference
The Canadian Association of Midwives Annual Conference will be held on November 5 to 7, 2014 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
CAM's Program Planning Committee is inviting Canadian and international speakers to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations on scientific, clinical and philosophical topics of importance to practicing midwives and maternity care providers, students, educators and health policy makers.
Abstracts submissions deadline: March 31st, 2014 at 5:00pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). Deadline extended to April 11th, 2014. Click here to submit your abstract.