Dr. Amy K. Nakajima MD
Dr. Amy Nakajima completed her undergraduate medical education at the University of Alberta and residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Saskatchewan. A focus of her clinical and academic activities is working with patients who have traditionally been or are identified as being marginalized.
Amy is a clinician-teacher in Ottawa, providing care at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health and at Bruyère Continuing Care, and actively participating in undergraduate teaching at the University of Ottawa, as a preceptor for the Indigenous Communities elective, a faculty advisor for the Women’s Health Interest Group, a simulation instructor of the third-year Obstetrics and Gynecology base camp, and the content expert for the second-year Reproduction and Sexuality block in the Anglophone stream. She is a member of APOG’s Educational Innovation Committee, the SOGC Ontario CME Planning Committee, and also Council of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
I do not have a relationship with a for-profit and/or a not-for-profit organization to disclose.
I do not intend to make therapeutic recommendations for medications that have not received regulatory approval (i.e. “off-label” use of medication).