Dear Members and Friends in the Midwifery Community, We, on behalf of the NACPM leadership team, are writing to respond to misinformation that has recently been circulating in the CPM community, and to help address the resulting distress and concern among NACPM members and stakeholders. The ACOG Toolkit, State Legislative ToolKit: Licensure and Regulation of.
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We are pleased to announce that the NACPM By-Laws were amended by vote of the membership, and Keisha Goode, PhD, will become the first-ever public member of the NACPM board. Read Details in Full Newsletter
You can now access a recording of the first webinar in the State Legislation and Policy series: An Overview of State Licensure for CPMs Obtain CEUs Viewing webinar recording is FREE, and 1.5 CEU’s are available at $15. The State Legislation and Policy Webinar Series, co-sponsored by Citizens for Midwifery (CfM) and the Association.
Please join us for the first webinar in the State Legislation and Policy series: An Overview of State Licensure for CPMs Thursday April 9, 2-3:30 PM, Eastern Time Register Now Participation in the webinar series is FREE, and 1.5 CEU’s are available at $15. CEU Link: An Overview of State Licensing for CPMs The.
You can now access multiple resources from the recent webinar in the CPM Practice and Association News series, Promoting Healthy Physiologic Birth in the U.S. Visit the webinar page to access: A recording of the webinar Dr. Buckley’s responses to audience questions PowerPoint presentations Links to additional resources Details in the Full Newsletter
In the Spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, and in honor of his birthday, please join us in recognizing and supporting the work of midwives and other birth workers around the country, in the endeavor to end disparities in birth outcomes, and achieve the right to normal physiologic birth for all women. Read today’s enews.
Please join us for the next webinar in the CPM Practice and Association News series, Promoting Healthy Physiologic Birth in the U.S., on January 21, from 7-8:30 PM, Eastern Time. We warmly welcome Dr. Sarah Buckley, Dr. Holly Kennedy, Dr. Lisa Kane Low, and Maureen Corry, MPH., to engage and inform the birth community about.
NACPM applauds Childbirth Connection and the National Partnership for Women and Families on the release today of the seminal report: Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing: Evidence and Implications for Women, Babies and Maternity Care. In this report midwives will discover the research that supports much of what is observed in practice, and will find an ally in Dr. Sarah.
The continued development of a strong, vital and growing CPM workforce is critical to the profession and to the women we serve. NACPM is pleased to share news with you about midwifery education programs, including a newly-accredited midwifery training program within a community college in Wisconsin, and a master’s program in Washington State to train.