Authors: Vanessa Poliquin, Andrea Atkinson, Isabelle Boucoiran, Chelsea Elwood, Julie van Schalkwyk, Mark H. Yudin, Deborah Money, on behalf of the SOGC’s Infectious Diseases Committee
Original: June 3rd, 2022
Revised: June 9th, 2022
Read the statement HERE.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) Monkeypox Stakeholder Toolkit
Resources will be updated as new information on monkeypox in Canada becomes available.
You can find the toolkit here.
The latest information including on Canadian case numbers is available on Canada.ca/monkeypox.
Maternal Mortality in the News
June 7, 2022 - Today at the 2022 Annual and Clinical Scientific Conference, the SOGC launched a toolkit to create a confidential enquiry system on maternal mortality.
SOGC Statement on COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy
Original date: December 18th, 2020
Revised and reaffirmed date: March 14, 2022
Vaccinations are an important part of primary and preventative healthcare for pregnant women. The benefit of vaccination during pregnancy for the infant (e.g. pertussis and influenza) is recognized and recommendation of these vaccinations is part of routine prenatal care.
Read the statement HERE
The SOGC is one of Canada’s oldest national specialty organizations. Established in 1944, the Society’s mission is to lead the advancement of women’s health through excellence and collaborative professional practice.
The SOGC has over 4,000 members, comprised of obstetricians, gynaecologists, family physicians, nurses, midwives, and allied health professionals working in the field of sexual reproductive health.
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We are excited to announce that starting January 2022, the JOGC will transition into an online-only publication in an effort to reduce its environmental footprint while remaining a valuable benefit to SOGC members.
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ALARM was developed by obstetricians/gynaecologists, family physicians, midwives and nurses, who jointly continue to maintain and teach the course. Backed by the SOGC, the ALARM course arose out of our work to improve the care provided to women, babies, and families during pregnancy, labour, and postpartum.
We have also developed "ALARM Virtual", an independent online study program that is available for registration. For more information or to register for ALARM virtual, please click here.
If you would like to hold an ALARM course in your community, please contact us at [email protected]. Please note that a minimum of 12 participants is required.
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The SOGC is the leading voice in women's health in Canada. We are a strong and vibrant society with an active and growing membership. We are here to support you in providing the best care possible to women in Canada and around the world. That's why so many health care providers have become members of the SOGC. Let us be your partner in practice.
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