What We Do
Our mission is to provide culturally competent, anti-oppressive, and feminist health care resources for health care providers, medical students, and racialized women in local Canadian communities.
Local resources to community services
For Health Care Learners
Resources for equitable care
Our Featured Event
Approaching COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy Among BIPOC Pregnant Women
Join us on June 23 as we explore topics related to the COVID-19 vaccine, pregnancy, and reproductive health, with guest speakers Dr. Ayesha Raza and Dr. Darine Darine El-Chaâr.
Dr. Ayesha Raza is a Family Physician with fellowship training in women’s health and special interests in newcomer and refugee health, as well as sexual and reproductive health. Dr. Raza has also demonstrated an interest in medical education and social determinants of health, both locally and internationally.
Dr. Darine El-Chaâr is an Early Career Investigator, Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) physician at TOH, Associate Scientist at OHRI, and Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa. Dr. El-Chaâr is a co-lead of the COPE Network, which was recently setup in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. El-Chaâr’s research contributions are mostly involved in maternal health during pregnancy, surveillance and management of pre-term labor, and implications of cesarean delivery.
Birth control access, abortion services, and gynaecological cancer resources.
Toolkits for leaving domestic violence, obstetric violence, and rape kit access
Links to culturally specific prenatal, postnatal, and postpartum resources.
Links to gender-affirming care, LGBTQ+, and culturally competent resources.
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