Programs and Public Education
Good healthcare is built upon many partnerships. These SOGC projects, developed through close collaboration with national and international partners, reflect the mutual understanding that improving healthcare requires a collaborative, holistic approach.
Whether it is through building capacity for healthcare internationally, exploring new and efficient models of healthcare delivery, or by providing the public with the information needed to make informed health decisions, all SOGC projects share the single common goal of removing the barriers to improved health.
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 professionals.
PregnancyInfo.ca delivers evidence-based information on pregnancy and childbirth to the Canadian public and health care professionals. From factors affecting fertility to considerations after delivery, it’s all there.
The journey starts there.
A comprehensive website providing the latest information on the Human papilloma virus (HPV). The site offers information aimed at teens, adults, parents, teachers and health professionals.
Spread the word, not the disease. Visit www.HPVInfo.ca today.
Nutrition for women, simplified. HerNutrition.ca is filled with evidence-based information about nutrition for women and girls at various stages of life, to help guide women and their families towards achieving their best nutritional health.
Learn more about menstruation, from your first period through to menopause at YourPeriod.ca.
This site is designed to give provide women with up-to-date, expert information about menstruation, abnormal pain and bleeding, endometriosis, fibroids, and other related conditions.
Every woman experiences menopause differently, but menopause can bring symptoms caused by fluctuating hormones, such as irregular periods, night sweats, hot flashes, fatigue, aches and pains, and changes in your love life. Sometimes these symptoms are hardly noticeable. Sometimes they get in the way of normal day-to-day life.
Find help at MenopauseandU.ca, an online resource specially designed to provide information you can trust about menopause symptoms and treatments.
Canadian Foundation for Women’s Health (CFWH)
With the generous support of individual donors and our corporate partners, the Canadian Foundation for Women’s Health helps makes possible major initiatives in women’s health research and education. In addition, this support helps fund programs to train healthcare professionals in low-resource countries, ensuring local women have access to a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Visit the Canadian Foundation for Women’s Health website at www.cfwh.org.
Compassionate Contraceptive Assistance Program
The Compassionate Contraceptive Assistance Program (CCAP) is administered by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC). The program provides contraception to women who could not otherwise afford it. This program could not be made possible without the generous donations of partners.
Licensed Canadian physicians can create an account with CCAP to order from a list of available contraceptives on behalf of their patients.
Visit compassion.sogc.org to get started!
The QUARISMA research project, undertaken jointly by the SOGC and Ste-Justine University Hospital Center, is designed to assess the impact of professional training on the reduction of C-section rates in 16 Quebec hospitals.