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Canadian Midwives
The Canadian Association of Midwives is the national organization representing midwives and the profession of midwifery in Canada.
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If you have or are currently using services, you are invited to take part in a research study about use during and or :
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Canadian Midwives Jun 14
: You are invited to take part in a research study about cannabis use during and : vous êtes invitées à participer à une étude sur le , la et l’allaitement
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Canadian Midwives Jun 13
Now that the dust has settled after a busy week at Women Deliver 2019! Thanks & for hosting us at the Canada Pavilion during . Can’t wait to see what comes next!
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Canadian Midwives Jun 6
ICPD25-Accelerating results in South Sudan for women and girls at the pavilion.
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Canadian Midwives Jun 6
ICPD25-Accelerating results in South Sudan for women and girls at the pavilion.
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The National Aboriginal Council of Midwives Jun 6
“I stay because Indigenous midwives are expertly merging our Indigenous knowledge and practices with western medicine to provide clinically excellent care that improves health outcomes” speaking to the Indigenous midwives @
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Canadian Midwives Jun 5
Join us for ICPD25: Accelerating Progress for Women and Girls in South Sudan, June 6 - 12h30 to 14h at the Canada Pavilion powered by & during Women Deliver 2019!
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Canadian Midwives Jun 5
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Canadian Midwives Jun 5
Last call to ask a anything about ! We will answer your questions in an article shortly 👍 Dernière chance pour posez toutes vos questions sur le cannabis à une ! Nous répondrons à vos questions dans un article sous peu 👍
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Tonia Occhionero Jun 5
Indigenous midwifery - Decolonizing health care for Indigenous communities. needs to do more.
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Save the Children Jun 5
Loss of culturally appropriate midwifery in Indigenous communities can put babies’ health at risk. and are bringing birth home in remote, Indigenous communities in Canada.
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Canadian Midwives Jun 5
Partnerships cannot happen when one side of the table sees it as a recognition of right and the other sees it as a benevolent action. - Conrad Prince
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Canadian Midwives Jun 5
You could hear a pin drop in this powerful panel! 🌟Decolonizing Health Care in Indigenous Communities and Midwifery Education for Indigenous Midwives
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The National Aboriginal Council of Midwives Jun 5
Partnerships are important for decolonization! Join NACM, and at room 114 today at 12 for a discussion on Indigenous midwifery, Decolonizing midwifery education and our partnerships.
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Varadha_Putra_Jagadeesh Jun 4
. — thanks for answering the call of Global Citizens and helping women & children ! I know a lot went into this decision and I’m grateful for your leadership in helping end extreme poverty around the world.
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Canadian Midwives Jun 4
unprecedented commitments to SRHR ever made! Go !
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Action Canada Jun 4
Packed room and feelings of exhalation as the conference waits to here from to speak to the historic 1.4 billion for and MNCH. is on the stage!
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Canadian Midwives Jun 4
Historic news! announced $1.4 billion in funding to support sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls. global health programs!
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Canadian Midwives Jun 4
You were spectacular and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for you and for us all. We are in good hands.
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