April 5

CPM Symposium Scholarships

NACPM and our Symposium Convening Partners (AME, CfM, ICTC) are committed to supporting a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse midwifery workforce and providing opportunities for multiple voices to be heard so we can better understand and be responsive to the needs of all childbearing people. In service to this commitment we are offering full and.

April 4

Black Maternal Health Week

In this week’s newsletter we highlight next week’s inaugural Black Maternal Health Week launched by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance. Our Battling Over Birth webinar with Dr. Julia Chinyere Oparah takes place on April 11, and please read the thoughts of NACPMs newest board member Khailyla “Kiki” Jordan on joining our Leadership Team. Read more.

April 3

CPM Symposium Program announced

We are excited to announce the carefully crafted CPM Symposium program! It is focused on the priorities voiced by the CPM community: the needs of childbearing people, state and national policy, challenges and solutions to address equity in education, practice and the composition of the CPM workforce, thorny problems and encouraging innovations in education, along.

March 26

Meet the CPM Symposium Faciliators

The 2018 CPM Symposium is a two and one-half day facilitated planning event bringing together midwives, childbearing people,students, educators, policy makers, funders, allied professionals and other stakeholders to plan for the future of the CPM profession. With the support of three skilled facilitators, the convening and consulting partners will create a space for innovative collaboration..

March 22

New Webinar Announced!

Battling Over Birth: Research Justice as Framework for Transforming Maternal Health Care with Dr. Julia, Chinyere Oparah, co-author of the report Battling Over Birth. Click through for more information and webinar registration

February 15

Using Data to Improve Care

This newsletter highlights how Quality Improvement examinines practice-level data to identify ways to improve care based on the data. In addition, it points to the shortcomings in data collection in the U.S. and the lack of a nationwide effort to reduce birth-related mortality. Details in the newsetter

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