February 13

Are You Finding the Best Available Research to Inform Your Practice?

It often seems overwhelming these days to keep up with all the research available online to support decision-making for you and your clients. If you’re wondering where to look, what sources to trust, and how to interpret and apply the best research, don’t miss the next NACPM webinar “Evidence-Informed Practice: Research Literacy & Shared Decision-Making.”.

February 7

Looking for Your Feedback

Please help us understand your needs by filling in a quick survey! Also, learn about our newest webinar in the “Race, Equity and Access to Midwifery” Series. Find the survey and newsletter here

January 30

Midwifery Educators: There’s Help Available!

The Association of Midwifery Educators is beginning their second decade of “connection and collaboration” with an amazing line-up of projects and continuing education offerings.  Support for preceptors has been a priority for AME from the beginning and they offer an excellent series of on-line courses focused on the challenges encountered by preceptors.  Now AME is launching.

January 24

Midwives on the March!

This week’s newsletter reports on the Women’s March on Washington, highlights our second webinar on The Social & Psychological Impacts of Racism Part 2, which is set for Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm Eastern time, and more. Read more news here

January 16

The Disparities are Extreme

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” Martin Luther King, Jr. (1966) “I have a dream that one day … little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls and walk together as sisters and brothers.”.

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