Jamie Thompson


Jamie Thompson is a medical student at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine in Thunder Bay. Her interests lie in health advocacy, OBGYN, Indigenous health and Métis beadwork.

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by Humaira Niazi Jamie Thompson Emma Skolnik

Beyond birth control: The benefits of universal contraception don’t end at pregnancy prevention

Contraceptives are a key part of health care for half of Canada's population and their benefits extend beyond family planning alone. It is time to expand universal contraception to the entire country.

by Jamie Thompson Kaitlyn Zugic

The case for comprehensive contraceptive funding in Northern Ontario

For those living in rural and remote communities in Northern Ontario, access to affordable contraception is not only a financial issue, but one of equity and human rights.

by Camille Gauthier Jamie Thompson

Ontario’s position on midwifery puts rural and Indigenous communities at risk

For the Ford government, midwives' demands for equitable pay are unacceptable. But instead of using tax dollars to fight midwives in court, Ford should recognize gender-based inequities, address the pay gap and invest in rural and northern midwifery programs.

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