The CFWH Program for Prevention of Maternal Morbidity and Mortality
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada has been working with experts across Canada to lead the development of an approach to understand and prevent maternal morbidity and mortality in Canada. Learn more>
Information on Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health
CFWH’s founding partner and administrator, The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC), is Canada’s source for information on how women can be healthy “between the hips” throughout life. Below are just some of the resources available on the SOGC web site.
Rated one of the top 5 e-health projects in the world, SexandU.ca provides credible and up-to-date sexual health information for teens, adults, parents, teachers, and health care providers.
A comprehensive website that provides the latest information on the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The site offers information aimed at teens, adults, parents, teachers, and health care providers. Spread the word, not the disease.
Learn more about menstruation, from your first period through to menopause. This site is designed to provide women with up-to-date, expert information about menstruation, abnormal pain and bleeding, endometriosis, fibroids, and other related conditions.
With so many options available, making the right decision about contraception can be a little overwhelming. ItsaPlan.ca was created to help you and your health care provier determine the method that’s best for you.
With hormonal contraception, it can be difficult to stay on schedule. SOS (Stay on Schedule) is your guide to taking hormonal contraception after a missed or extended dose.
This website delivers evidence-based information on pregnancy and childbirth to the Canadian public and health care providers. From factors affecting fertility to considerations after delivery, it’s all there. The journey starts at PregnancyInfo.ca
Every woman experiences menopause differently. Find help at MenopauseandU.ca, an online resource specially designed to provide information you can trust about menopause symptoms and treatment options.