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Remembering and honouring MMIWG2S

February 14 marks the anniversary of the annual Women’s Memorial March (WMM), held in communities across Canada and the United States to remember and honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit persons (MMIWG2S). Led by Indigenous women, the march began when loved ones and su…

#MidwiferyDataMatters: A new tool to visualize outcomes in midwifery care

Midwives provide safe, excellent care to pregnant and birthing individuals across Ontario. Today midwives can visualize their impact on important perinatal outcomes in the AOM’s new resource, A Visualization of Key Data from the Midwifery Regional Report (PDF, 517 KB; login required). Launched b…

Plan for health care unveiled today by Health Minister Sylvia Jones missing updates for midwifery

TORONTO, February 2, 2023 – Ford government’s plan for health care, unveiled today by Health Minister Sylvia Jones, should include updates for midwifery to ensure Ontarians have access to the medication and tests they need from their midwives. The AOM is calling for Ontario to allow midwives access to all medication approved by Health Canada, within the scope of midwifery practice.

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