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California Nurse-Midwives Association

May 2021 | Mid-month Update


TABLE OF CONTENTS

National Policy

More Midwives are able to Practice Independently!

AABC Statement on Neonatal Mortality in Birth Centers

New Report: “Reversing the US Maternal Mortality Crisis”

Education, Trainings, and Webinars

Findings from the CHCF’s San Francisco Bay Area Regional Market Study

Saving the lives of moms & babies: Addressing racism and socioeconomic influencers of health

AWHONN’s Live FHM Strip Review Series, Read between the lines: Assessment of uterine activity, the other half of EFM

COVID-19 Vaccine and Reproductive Health

Scholarships and Grants

Free Book-Bundle for Recent Grads and New Midwives of Color!

AWHONN Evidence-Based Practice Scholarships

Job Opportunities

Kaiser Permanente Sacramento/Roseville

Job openings to share?

Volunteer Opportunities

Join a Community Advisory Board!

Medi-Cal Rx Update

Midwife Crush Mondays!

ACNM Annual Meeting

ACNM 66th Annual Meeting: Dismantling Racism in Midwifery

California Affiliate Meeting

Submit a motion for the 2021 ACNM Business Meeting

Questions? News? Want to get involved?

 

National Policy


More Midwives are able to Practice Independently!


ACNM has updated their Quick Reference: Practice Environments for Certified Nurse-Midwives map! More states (including California) are turning green as legislation passes across the country removing barriers to maternity care for pregnant and birthing people, making it easier to access high quality midwifery care.




AABC Statement on Neonatal Mortality in Birth Centers


On May 7, the American Association of Birth Centers issued a Statement on Neonatal Mortality in Birth Centers in response to recent research presented at the 2021 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Clinical and Scientific Meeting, r