Dr Ellen Wiebe has been a Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Practice since 2000. After 30 years of full-service family practice, she now restricts her practice to women’s health and assisted death. She is the Medical Director of Willow Women’s Clinic in Vancouver and provides medical abortions and contraception. She provides consultations for doctors and patients about aid in dying and provides assisted death. She has published widely on women’s health and now is researching the experience of assisted dying in Canada.
82. Wiebe ER, Littman L, Kaczorowski J, Moshier E. Misperceptions about the risks of abortion in women presenting for abortions: Comparing women who believe abortions should be restricted to women who do not. J Obstet Gynaecol Can2014, 36, 3, 223-230.
83. Wiebe ER. Pain of IUD insertion: A comparison of different IUDs.Euro J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 2014; 19 Supplement 1: S92–S239
84. Wiebe ERIUD strings: A comparison of male partners’ reactions to different IUDs.Euro J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 2014; 19 Supplement 1: S92–S239
85. Wiebe ERPost-abortion insertion of frameless copper IUDs: A comparison of early expulsion rates of IUDs inserted immediately post-abortion or at unrelated times
Euro J Contracept Reprod Health Care, 2014; 19 Supplement 1: S92–S239
86. Wiebe ER, A comparison of the insertion pain associated with three different types of intrauterine device, Int J Gynecol Obstet (2014), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijgo.2014.11.004
87. Wiebe ER, A comparison of male partners’ reactions to different intrauterine device strings, Int J Gynecol Obstet (2014),http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijgo.2014.09.020
88. WiebeE. The feasibility of offering medical abortions by telemedicine: 20 months of experience. Contraception 2014;90:s300.
89. Wiebe E. A comparison of early complication rates in three IUDs — LNG-IUS, copper T and frameless copper Contraception 2014;90:s312.
90. Wiebe E. Serosal-anchor measurements immediately and 6–8 weeks postinsertion of frameless copper intrauterine devices: are these related to early complications? Contraception 2014;90:s312.
91. Raymond E, Grossman D, Wiebe ER, Winikoff B. Reaching Women Where They Are: Eliminating The Initial In-Person Medical Abortion Visit. Contraception 2015;92(3)190-3.
92 Costescu D, Guilbert E, Bernardin J, Black A, Dunn S, Fitzsimmons B, et al. Medical Abortion. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2016 Apr;38(4):366-89.
93. Wiebe ER, Littman L, Kaczorowski J (2015) Knowledge and Attitudes about Contraception and Abortion in Canada, US, UK, France and Australia. Gynecol Obstet (Sunnyvale) 5: 322. doi:10.4172/2161-0932.1000322
94. Allen C, Murphy A, Kiselbach S, VandenBerg S, Wiebe Exploring the experience of chronic pain among female Survival Sex Workers: a qualitative study. BMC Fam Pract. 2015 Dec 21;16(1):182,015-0395-6.
95. Wiebe E, Trussell J. Discontinuation rates and acceptability during 1 year of using the intrauterine ball (the SCu380A). Contraception. 2016 Apr;93(4):364-6.
96. Shaw J, Wiebe ER, Nuhn A, Holmes S, Kelly M, Just A. Providing Medical Assistance in Dying: Practice Perspectives. Can Fam Phys 2018;64(9)e394-9.
97. Holmes S, Nuhn A, Kelly M, Shaw J, Just A, Wiebe ER. A Qualitative Study Exploring the Journey of Supporting a Loved One through a Medically-Assisted Death in Canada Can Fam Phys 2018;64(9)e387-93.
98. Nuhn A, Holmes S, Kelly M, Just A, Shaw J, Wiebe ER. Experiences and perspectives of people who pursued Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) in Vancouver, Canada Can Fam Phys 2018;64(9)e380-6.
100. Wiebe ER, Byczko B, Jafari S, Zelmer J. Women’s experiences using natural methods to cope with the pain and other symptoms of medical abortions. JReprodMed 2018 63(2):137-140
101. Wiebe E, Green S, Schiff B. Teaching residents about medical assistance in dying. Can Fam Physician. 2018 Apr;64(4):315-6.
102. Ellen R. Wiebe, Mackenzie Campbell, Abigail R.A. Aiken, Arianne Albert, Can we safely stop testing for Rh status and immunizing Rh-negative women having early abortions? A comparison of Rh alloimmunization in Canada and the Netherlands, Contraception: X, Volume 1, 2019, 100001, ISSN 2590-1516, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conx.2018.100001.
103. Wiebe E, Shaw J, Wright A, Kelly M. Suicide vs Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD): a secondary qualitative analysis. Death Studies 2019 in press