Search Organizations (English): Midwifery

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Association of Ontario Midwives

Forms the professional body representing midwives and the practice of midwifery in the province of Ontario. Provides information on midwifery, and the location of midwifery practices to consumers.

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Alberta Association of Midwives

Represents midwives and informs and educates the public about the role of midwives in today's health care system.

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Midwifery Care of Peel & Halton Hills
Victoria Midwifery Group

Offers midwifery services in the Victoria region.

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Canadian Midwifery Regulators Consortium

The CMRC’s mandate is to facilitate inter-provincial mobility, to advocate for legislation, regulation, and standards of practice that support access to a high standard of midwifery care across the country, and to provide a forum for Canadian regulators to discuss and take action on issues of mutual concern.

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Midwives Association of British Columbia
Presents information for parents on the benefits of choosing a midwife for pregnancy and birth, how to locate a midwife in BC, the history and work of midwives in BC, as well as the routes to becoming a midwife. (See Details)
College of Midwives of Manitoba
Forms a self-regulating governing body whose main function is protection of the public by ensuring that midwives follow the standards of midwifery practice. (See Details)
Citizens for Midwifery
Forms a consumer-based group promoting the Midwives Model of Care. (See Details)
Irnisuksiiniq-Inuit Midwifery Network
Seeks to advance the cause of returning birthing to Inuit communities by supporting Inuit midwives and maternity care workers and those who work with them with a variety of information services. (See Details)
College of Midwives of British Columbia
Forms the regulatory body for the profession of midwifery in the province of British Columbia. Registers qualified, competent midwives to provide safe, high quality care to women and their families. (See Details)