Join us on Tuesday, January 8 from 4-6pm ET for our 5th Virtual Annual Meeting! Also register for our January 17 webinar! Read more in this week’s newsletter
NACPM Congratulates Bigger Table Fund Awardees NACPM celebrates and heartily congratulate the first awardees of the Bigger Table Fund! The Fund provides awards to student midwives of color, indigenous and/or LGBTQIA+ student midwives to cover the initial NARM certifying examination fee, the fee for retaking the NARM examination when needed, and state licensing fees. In.
Our Annual Meeting has been moved to Tuesday, January 8, 2019 from 4-6pm,ET For registration links, click through
Remember to register for this Thursday’s Annual Meeting and next week’s webinar with Jill Alliman and Saraswathi Vedam titled “Addressing Birth Disparities with Midwifery Care” Details in this week’s newsletter
Please join the NACPM Leadership Team and staff for our Fifth Virtual Annual Meeting! Click through for registration information
Please check out our most recent newsletter for details on upcoming webinars and our Annual Meeting. Read the full newsletter here
The NACPM Chapter Program is growing in depth as well as breadth as we focus on how to bring an even deeper level of support to our chapters in the coming year. We currently have nineteen fully formed chapters with four in formation and inquiries from an additional eight states. We have so far hosted.
NACPM is excited to announce the launch of the Bigger Table Fund! The Fund will provide financial awards for student midwives of color, indigenous and/or LGBTQ student midwives for the initial NARM examination fee, the fee for retaking the NARM examination when needed, and state licensure fees. The goal of the fund is to remove.
NACPM is committed to justice for all childbearing people, their babies and their families, and to ensuring their health and wellbeing. In this issue we focus on two issues of concern to pregnant people and families in the U.S.: the unconscionable practice of shackling incarcerated laboring prison inmates and the assault on the rights of.
NACPM deplores the most recent instance of the current administration’s assault on the rights of American citizens: denying passport applications from those born at home with midwives, especially along our southern border with Mexico. This denial of the rights of people of color is part of a pattern of racial bias that has grown and.