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  • Writer's pictureBrittany Kendrick

CNMA Newsletter - March 2024

















Message from the President


Dear Community,


Over the past several weeks, CNMA leadership have had the opportunity to participate in SisterSong’s Reproductive Justice 101 training. In case the term Reproductive Justice is new to you, SisterSong defines Reproductive Justice as the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities.


In 2019, the CNMA Reproductive Justice and Antiracism Committee (RJAR) was created by our Board of Directors, grounded in the framework of Reproductive Justice, with the explicit responsibility to support CNMA in working toward achieving Reproductive Justice in our state, but for midwives and for communities. As part of this work, RJAR is charged with ensuring access to anti-racist training and education for CNMA leadership and members. We are immensely grateful to our RJAR committee for securing grant funding to make the RJ 101 training available to our leaders. 


As an extension of this work, the leaders at SisterSong have shared the following recommended reading list, not only for our leadership, but for all midwives and aspiring midwives within our community:  


Reproductive Justice by Sister Song

Not Just Abortion:


In celebration of this work, I’d like to highlight CNMA’s Vision Statement, which we work toward making into a reality every single day: 


We envision an equitable California where all people have access to safe, evidence-based, trauma-informed reproductive healthcare through the advancement of the midwifery profession by:


  • Promoting respectful healthcare that improves the health and wellbeing of individuals, mothers and birthing people, newborns, and families

  • Eradicating health disparities by challenging the practices, behaviors, and inactions that further perpetuate them

  • Practicing cultural humility

  • Acknowledging the history of white supremacy in midwifery and healthcare and its continued negative impacts by condemning racism and promoting equity

  • Creating a diverse midwifery workforce that meets the needs of the community with racial, ethnic, and linguistic concordance

  • Remaining accountable to each other, to midwives, and to the people for whom we advocate, educate, and care


The UCSF midwifery education program is under threat.


The program is unable to enroll new students until all faculty have a DNP (currently, none of the UCSF faculty in the nurse-midwifery program hold doctoral degrees. In fact, only 5.2% of nurse-midwives in California (52 total individuals) hold doctorates). In addition to this UCSF is doing away with the Midwifery Masters Degree and requiring all future CNM students to graduate with a DNP.


This link is to a letter written by alumni in support of the current faculty and keeping the program at MSN level.  The link will actually lead you to a form you can sign in support. The letter itself is included in this form. Please share it widely. (Midwives, NPs, OBs other concerned community members are all invited to sign on)

CNMA strongly opposes the move to DNP as entry-level degree for nurse-midwives. You can see our letter to the BRN from October 2023 in opposition to this move (here).


In order to fight this issue we are retaining the services of our amazing lobbying firm who helped with removal of physician supervision and their in-house communications team. We are investigating every avenue to stop this threat to midwifery. This fight costs money. If you have the ability to give please consider donating here: https://www.cnma.org/donate 


Stay tuned for more on what you can do in the near future at CNMA.org/advocacy


Finally, I’d like to invite you to make a true commitment to this work in a very tangible way: with your hard earned cash. Please consider joining SisterSong today, as there is POWER in following the community organizations made up of the people we serve. Oh, and by the way, maybe join CNMA while you’re at it? We’re currently offering a discount for membership with the code CNMA50; and if you identify as BIPOC, we’ll waive the California affiliate portion of your dues entirely with the discount code CA2020. See, we’re putting our money where our mouth is!  


As always, I’m available by email at parisbury@gmail.com and by text at (805) 415-2553.


In the spirit of service and solidarity,


Paris Maloof-Bury, CNM, IBCLC

President, California Nurse-Midwives Association

 

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Health Policy Updates

SAVE UCSF MIDWIFERY

The UCSF midwifery education program is under threat.


The program is unable to enroll new students until all faculty have a DNP (currently, none of the UCSF faculty in the nurse-midwifery program hold doctoral degrees. In fact, only 5.2% of nurse-midwives in California (52 total individuals) hold doctorates). In addition to this UCSF is doing away with the Midwifery Masters Degree and requiring all future CNM students to graduate with a DNP.


This link is to a letter written by alumni in support of the current faculty and keeping the program at MSN level.  The link will actually lead you to a form you can sign in support. The letter itself is included in this form. Please share it widely. (Midwives, NPs, OBs other concerned community members are all invited to sign on)

CNMA strongly opposes the move to DNP as entry-level degree for nurse-midwives. You can see our letter to the BRN from October 2023 in opposition to this move (here).


In order to fight this issue we are retaining the services of our amazing lobbying firm who helped with removal of physician supervision and their in-house communications team. We are investigating every avenue to stop this threat to midwifery. This fight costs money. If you have the ability to give please consider donating here: https://www.cnma.org/donate 


Stay tuned for more on what you can do in the near future at CNMA.org/advocacy


→ Legislative Advocacy

The new legislative session is underway and CNMA is co-sponsoring two important Bills, AB 2319 (Wilson/Weber) and AB 1895 (Weber). AB 1895 seeks to learn more about maternity ward closures and will require certain advanced reporting by hospitals who intend to close their maternity services. AB 2319 is a follow-up bill to SB 494 in 2019 that required hospitals to provide implicit bias training. This bill will enact certain compliance measures. These bills were just introduced and the language is being worked out, so stay tuned for more information that will be posted at cnma.org/advocacy.


→Midwifery in the News 

The Health Policy team at CNMA convenes the Midwifery Learning Collaborative, a multi-stakeholder initiative comprised of LM and CNM midwifery practices, Medi-Cal health plans, community advocacy organizations, researchers, and state and local agencies – all working together to improve access to midwife-led care in Medi-Cal. You can find out more here. Contact advocacy@cnma.org if you'd like to join! Members of this team have recently been highlighted in the media, including at:


Participants in this initiative have also recently published research on midwives and medi-cal (see here for the study by Dr. Ariana Thompson-Lastad from the UCSF Osher Center),

and have participated as speakers at the Partnership Health Plan Summit on rural health (Feb 2024) and the Future of Maternal Care Summit (Jan 2024). CNMA and our partners at CALM are advancing midwifery in California as a true strategy for the maternal health care crisis!


→CNMA Health Policy Team is seeking a new volunteer for the role Liaison to the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) 

Are you passionate about improving reproductive health care in California? Do you thrive on building connections and fostering collaboration? 

 

We have an exciting opportunity for you to step into a vital role as the California Nurse-Midwife Association liaison to the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF)!

 

You will be partnered with an experienced CNMA health policy team member to help you grow into the role, so if you're an experienced midwife with a background in policy or someone eager to grow into the role we would love to hear from you! 

 

Join us and get the inside scoop into how California Reproductive Health Policy is developed in California and help amplify the voice of midwives and the people we serve at that CCRF table and beyond! 

 

Interested? Send a note sharing why you are interested in the role to lizdonnelly@gmail.com and we will set up a time to chat. 

 

About the organizations:

California Nurse-Midwife Association is the professional organization representing California’s Nurse Midwives and the people and communities that we serve. CNMA works towards an equitable California where all people have access to safe, evidence-based, trauma-informed reproductive healthcare through the advancement of the midwifery profession.

California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) is a statewide coalition of more than 40 organizations working to promote sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. CCRF supports and facilitates member-driven initiatives including strategic communication, collaboration and collective policy advocacy to benefit California’s diverse communities that include genderqueer and non-binary people, cisgender and transgender women, and transgender men

 

About the team:

You will work closely with and be mentored and supported by CNMA Health Policy Chair & Vice Chair: Holly Smith and Liz Donnelly  

Holly & Liz have been the CCRF liaisons together since 2015. One of them will be in attendance at meetings with you to help you get up to speed and make connections. They will also provide regular support between meetings. 

 

Requirements:

  1. Experience working as a CNM (any practice setting, for any length of time!)

  2. Commitment to reproductive health rights and justice, including full throated support for abortion as an integral component to reproductive health care. 

  3. Understanding and commitment to the reproductive justice framework 

  4. Interest in health policy. Previous health policy experience is a bonus, but not required!  

Commitments:

  1. Meetings: 

  • Attend quarterly meetings with the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF). These meetings are usually ~4hrs virtual or 8hrs in person (we have not yet gone back to in person since covid). Meetings are held throughout the state and there is funding to support your transportation to/from in-person meetings. Your role at the meetings it to represent CNMA, the midwifery profession and the people we serve. Help CNMA to network & make connections with the organizations within CCRF support midwifery expansion and policies that improve care for the people and communities we serve. (2024 Dates: 2/22/24, 4/18/24, 6/27/24, 9/19/24, 11/21/24)

  • Attend CNMA quarterly health policy meetings: Report out to CNMA team on topics and issues coming up within CCRF. Keep abreast of CNMA policy priorities to help represent those within CCRF. (2024 Dates: 1/23/24; 4/23/24; 6/23/24; 10/23/24)

  • Optionally: If you are interested in more in depth insight you are welcome at our weekly policy meetings with the CNMA lobbyist. 

  1. Communication:

  • Monitor CCRF listserve to support timely engagement with partner organizations 

To Apply: 

  • Send a note sharing why you are interested in the role to lizdonnelly@gmail.com and we will set up a time to chat. 


→ California Reaffirms Right to Contraceptive Care


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: California is making sure people know about their right to access contraception, including minors, 12-month supplies, and non-prescription emergency contraception. Pharmacists, major pharmaceutical companies, health plans, and Californians received reminders that current California law requires contraception access – including for minors.


WHY THIS MATTERS: A recent report, authored by the UCLA School of Law Center for Reproductive Health, Law, and Policy, revealed that a significant percentage of California pharmacies either required parental consent or entirely withheld emergency contraception from minors – a clear violation of California’s law. Among the community pharmacies surveyed that offer over-the-counter emergency contraception, only 50% indicated that minors were permitted to purchase the medication. Another report by the same Center recommended raising awareness among pharmacists of hormonal contraception options.


California issued:

 An alert to all Board of Pharmacy licensees reminding licensees of their obligations under state law. [Alert]

 An All-Plan Letter (APL) reminding commercial health plans regulated by DMHC of their legal obligation to cover over-the-counter FDA-approved contraceptives with no cost-sharing to members. [Letter]

 A letter to the corporate offices of the major pharmacy chains reminding them that emergency contraception does not require a prescription or parental consent. [Letter]

 A consumer alert, informing minors of their ability to access emergency contraception without a prescription or parental consent. [Alert]

 An alert to all California pharmacies reminding them of their obligation under California law to provide minors access to emergency contraception. [Alert]


 

Volunteers Needed!! 

CNMA is seeking a new volunteer for the role Liaison to the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) 

Are you passionate about improving reproductive health care in California? Do you thrive on building connections and fostering collaboration? We have an exciting opportunity for you to step into a vital role as the California Nurse-Midwife Association liaison to the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF)!

You will be partnered with an experienced CNMA health policy team member to help you grow into the role, so if you're an experienced midwife with a background in policy or someone eager to grow into the role we would love to hear from you! 

Join us and get the inside scoop into how California Reproductive Health Policy is developed in California and help amplify the voice of midwives and the people we serve at that CCRF table and beyond! 


Interested? Send a note sharing why you are interested in the role to lizdonnelly@gmail.com and we will set up a time to chat. 

About the organizations:

California Nurse-Midwife Association is the professional organization representing California’s Nurse Midwives and the people and communities that we serve. CNMA works towards an equitable California where all people have access to safe, evidence-based, trauma-informed reproductive healthcare through the advancement of the midwifery profession.

California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) is a statewide coalition of more than 40 organizations working to promote sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. CCRF supports and facilitates member-driven initiatives including strategic communication, collaboration and collective policy advocacy to benefit California’s diverse communities that include genderqueer and non-binary people, cisgender and transgender women, and transgender men

About the team:

You will work closely with and be mentored and supported by CNMA Health Policy Chair & Vice Chair: Holly Smith and Liz Donnelly  

Holly & Liz have been the CCRF liaisons together since 2015. One of them will be in attendance at meetings with you to help you get up to speed and make connections. They will also provide regular support between meetings. 

Requirements:

  1. Experience working as a CNM (any practice setting, for any length of time!)

  2. Commitment to reproductive health rights and justice, including full throated support for abortion as an integral component to reproductive health care. 

  3. Understanding and commitment to the reproductive justice framework 

  4. Interest in health policy. Previous health policy experience is a bonus, but not required! 

Commitments:

  1. Meetings: 

  • Attend quarterly meetings with the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF). These meetings are usually ~4hrs virtual or 8hrs in person (we have not yet gone back to in person since covid). Meetings are held throughout the state and there is funding to support your transportation to/from in-person meetings. Your role at the meetings it to represent CNMA, the midwifery profession and the people we serve. Help CNMA to network & make connections with the organizations within CCRF support midwifery expansion and policies that improve care for the people and communities we serve. (2024 Dates: 2/22/24, 4/18/24, 6/27/24, 9/19/24, 11/21/24)

  • Attend CNMA quarterly health policy meetings: Report out to CNMA team on topics and issues coming up within CCRF. Keep abreast of CNMA policy priorities to help represent those within CCRF. (2024 Dates: 1/23/24; 4/23/24; 6/23/24; 10/23/24)

  • Optionally: If you are interested in more in depth insight you are welcome at our weekly policy meetings with the CNMA lobbyist. 

  1. Communication:

  • Monitor CCRF listserve to support timely engagement with partner organizations

To Apply: 

  • Send a note sharing why you are interested in the role to lizdonnelly@gmail.com and set up a time to chat. 

 

Education, Trainings, and Webinars

king yaa! and CNMA has partnered for CE courses!

Birthing Beyond the Binary

Jan 28 - April 14, 2024  | Sundays, 10am-12:15pm PT / 1pm - 3:15pm ET  Zoom 

Creating dignified, liberatory & decolonial reproductive spaces for queer, trans & non-binary folx.

This 12-week course expands on the definition of reproductive justice to include queer, trans and non-binary folx and the intersections of race, disability, ageism, decoloniality and more. 

It is a radical invitation to slow down, learn, unlearn and plan for intentional and consistent changes in your practice. The course is a mix of live courses and self paced modules. Each module consists of videos, reading materials, assignments and journal prompts. The assignments are personally reviewed by king yaa and they push you to be actionable in your thinking. Each participant is encouraged to connect with an accountability partner(s) for further exploration of each topic, should they choose. By the end of this course, you will have concrete steps on how to center Queer Reproductive Justice in your life and practice. 

A one-time investment: $749, payment plans available

Register Here.


Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care & Advanced Trainings

All training dates offer the 2-day Components of Care and 3rd-day Advanced Psychotherapy (unless marked). *=additional training available: 3rd-day Advanced Psychopharmacology.


IN-PERSON TRAININGS

Apr. 24-25, BIPOC - Phoenix, AZ


ONLINE TRAININGS

Mar. 27-28*

Jun. 26-27*

Sep. 25-26*

Nov. 13-14*


2024 Maternal Mental Health Forum - A Virtual Conference and Networking Event - Policy Center 

March 19-20, 2024 | Tuesday - Wednesday | Zoom

Join hundreds of leaders addressing mental health systems change for thought-provoking discussions surrounding policy and practice solutions addressing a public health priority: maternal mental health.  Topics will include the new HEDIS maternal depression screening and follow-up measures, behavioral health integration, trends in state health policy, the National Maternal Mental Health Task Force, the White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research, value-based payment strategies in maternal and mental health, the latest regarding the use of CHWs, peer support specialists and doulas.

We will take a deep dive into: 


  • Latina MMH (including the release of a Policy Center fact sheet)

  • OB integration and payment reform 

  • Rising rates of Maternal SUD

  • The latest in MD Education

  • Black MMH  

  • The Federal Government’s progress in addressing MMH 

  • Two featured states taking “Large Leaps” for MMH

  • The powerful role of the media

  • Annual updates on federal policy and research

  • The Federal Government’s response and resources, including the 

  • CMS postpartum care toolkit 

  • MMH Taskforce and more

  • Emerging treatments, including Ketamine and FDA-approved digital therapeutics 

  • Philanthropic strategies and more!

Register here online for an early bird discount of $60. 


10th Annual Changemakers Luncheon

April 22 | Monday | 11:30-1:00 PM EST| Des Moines, IA | Virtual Option Available 

You are invited to join us for the 10th Annual Changemakers Luncheon, presented by MercyOne. On Monday, April 22, we will gather to celebrate babies saved while raising funds and awareness to support our mission to prevent stillbirths and improve birth outcomes through the proven Count the Kicks program.


Registration is now open for the event, which will be held at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa, and virtually for guests across the country. We expect another sold out event this year, so we encourage you to register right away!


We are thrilled to have author, speaker, podcast host and JOY Connoisseur Lisa Even as the Special Guest for the 10th Annual Changemakers Luncheon. Lisa's mission is to approach everyday life with a focus on finding joy and to inspire others to find more joy in their own lives. On April 22 she will inspire our community of Changemakers to dream BIG and to create a bigger and better ripple effect in the world! 


The Changemakers Luncheon is one of the most sought-after spring luncheons in Des Moines. You won't want to miss it! Here are a few more reasons to join us on April 22:


Book signing with Special Guest Lisa Even (Books available for purchase courtesy of Beaverdale Books, with 10% of proceeds supporting Count the Kicks.)

Take photos with your friends and co-workers at the Coachlight Clinic & Spa Selfie Station

Participate in the Josephs Jewelers Gold Box Giveaway by purchasing a gold box to open during the luncheon. One lucky winner will unwrap a piece of jewelry valued at $1,500.

Bid on silent auction items including designer handbags, spa packages, destination packages, weekend getaways, original artwork and much, much more! 

Get new Count the Kicks merchandise, including Changemakers T-shirts

Early Bird: $75 per ticket | $750 per table

After March 8: $85 per ticket | $850 per table

Virtual: $45 per ticket | $400 per watch party 


ACNM: Advancing Breastfeeding Support and Skills for Midwives

A Webinar Series presented by midwife experts in breastfeeding and lactation medicine from across the country geared towards diving deep into topics that impact midwives, clinicians, and their lactating clients


April 24, 2024, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET


June 19, 2024, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET


August 28, 2024, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET


October 30, 2024, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET


December 18, 2024, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET

 

ACNM: The Midwife as Surgical First Assistant

This course is designed specifically for midwives and addresses the promotion of vaginal birth, shared decision-making and informed consent, and functioning as an active member of the perioperative team. Attendees learn how to perform immediate pre-op preparation of the client for surgery, and during surgery provide optimal surgical exposure, participate in tissue dissection, ensure hemostasis, perform or facilitate wound closure, and perform other intraoperative functions to assist the surgeon in carrying out a safe operation that optimizes outcomes.


2024 First Assistant Virtual Workshop Dates — Registration is now open:

Tuesday, March 26 (10:00am - 3:00pm ET) - Registration closes on Monday, March 4

Tuesday, April 23 (10:00am – 3:00pm ET) – Registration closes on Monday, April 1

Tuesday, May 21 (10:00am – 3:00pm ET) Registration closes on Monday, May 6


IUI For Midwives 

Fridays | 12:00 - 2:00 PM ET 

Learn more about Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), how to perform this fertility procedure, and ways to integrate this service into your midwifery practice.

IUI for Midwives is now open for enrollment. You can get 20% off of your enrollment using the coupon code “acnmmidwife” at checkout (this code will apply to both single-payment and payment plan options). IUI for Midwives will teach participants about IUI, how to perform this fertility procedure, and ways to integrate this service into your clinical practice. We will discuss why people may pursue IUI and how to best support a wide range of clients in their fertility journeys with an emphasis on serving the LGTBQ+ community. 

Classes take place over Zoom on consecutive Fridays from 12 pm-2 pm ET, beginning March 29th, 2024.

Replays of all classes will be available, and closed captions in English will be provided.

IUI for Midwives has been approved for 20 CEs through ACNM, which are available as an add-on to the course.

Additionally, an in-person skills workshop on May 11th, 2024 from 1-4 pm ET that is also available as a course add-on.

 

Job Opportunities

On Call/ Short Hour CNM (Per Diem): Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA 

Kaiser Permanente in Oakland California is hiring.

Looking for CNM with at least a preferred two years of experience and teaching experience preferred. 

Reach out to anya.rapoport@kp.org if interested


Full Time CNM: South Coast Midwifery, Orange County, CA 

South Coast Midwifery Boutique Birth Center is a very supportive group of Midwives looking for another to join the group. Full time, part time and per diem position is available. Compensation is commensurate with experience and licensure. 

Schedule:

- every other weekend, 48-hour call (or similar)

- 2 clinic/24 hr call shifts per week 

- 1, 24 hour call shift every other week (clinic as needed)

Benefits:

- Paid Time Off

- Group health and dental benefits 

- CEU allowance 

- Eligible for company retirement program

- Group malpractice coverage

- Employee discounts 

- Annual salary + bonuses 

- Please Email Lorri Walker at Lorri@southcoastmidwifery.com or 949 654-2727

- Check out our Website at www..Southcoastmidwifery.com


Part Time CNM: South Coast Midwifery, Orange County, CA 

South Coast Midwifery Boutique Birth Center is a very supportive group of Midwives looking for another to join the group. Full time, part time and per diem position is available. Compensation is commensurate with experience and licensure.

Schedule:

- every other weekend, 48-hour call (or similar) 

- 1 clinic/24 hr call shift per week (option for 2 available)

- 1, 12 hour call shift per week 

Benefits:

- Paid Sick Leave

- Group malpractice coverage

- Employee discounts 

- Annual salary or per shift compensation 

- May maintain outside employment if desired 

- Please Email Lorri Walker at Lorri@southcoastmidwifery.com or 949 654-2727

- Check out our Website at www..Southcoastmidwifery.com


Per Diem CNM: Sutter Women’s Health, Davis, CA (Birthing Center Only)

Sutter Women's Health in Davis is seeking a certified nurse-midwife to join us in a per diem role in an award-winning and nationally recognized collaborative practice working in the community hospital setting. Sutter Davis Hospital has a Level 1 nursery and offers a full spectrum of labor and delivery options, including low-intervention birth, TOLAC/VBAC, hydrotherapy/water birth, nitrous oxide, anesthesia, and a volunteer doula service. The hospital is expanding, and we are excited to grow our practice to meet our community's needs. This full-scope position includes obstetrics, family planning, simple gynecology, and group prenatal care. Additional highly desirable skills: maternal mental health, first and third-trimester limited OB ultrasound, cesarean first assist, leadership, support of physiologic labor and birth, and experience with LARC family planning methods.

  • Nationally recognized by the American College of Nurse-Midwives for Best Practice for our low epidural rate

  • Maternity Care Honor Roll recognition for excellent outcomes

  • Cesarean section rate among the lowest in the state

  • Full range of birthing options, including everything from water birth to epidural

  • Apply Here

Full Time CNM: Sutter Women’s Health, Davis, CA

Sutter Women's Health in Davis is seeking a certified nurse-midwife to join us in an award-winning and nationally recognized collaborative practice working in the office and community hospital setting. Sutter Davis Hospital has a Level 1 nursery and offers a full spectrum of labor and delivery options, including low-intervention birth, TOLAC/VBAC, hydrotherapy/water birth, nitrous oxide, anesthesia, and a volunteer doula service. The hospital is expanding, and we are excited to grow our practice to meet our community's needs. This full-scope position includes obstetrics, family planning, simple gynecology, and group prenatal care. Additional highly desirable skills: maternal mental health, first and third-trimester limited OB ultrasound, cesarean first assist, leadership, support of physiologic labor and birth, and experience with LARC family planning methods. 

  • Nationally recognized by the American College of Nurse-Midwives for Best Practice for our low epidural rate

  • Maternity Care Honor Roll recognition for excellent outcomes

  • Cesarean section rate among the lowest in the state

  • Full range of birthing options, including everything from water birth to epidural

  • Apply here! 

 

Medi-Cal Rx


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ACNM Wants to Listen to YOU - CEO Conversations


Wednesdays | 4:00 PM ET 

Michelle Munroe, our CEO, is hosting weekly online meetings with members to listen and discuss ideas and concerns. Each week, 10 people can register for CEO Conversations. Please email executiveoffice@acnm.org.

 

Midwife Crush Mondays!

Do you know an amazing Midwife who is doing revolutionary work? We want to feature them on our social media platforms! 


CNMA is looking for submissions for our new social media series “Midwife Crush Monday” where we highlight the stories of trailblazing midwives across the industry who are making a difference in the midwifery profession. You can even submit yourself!

Here’s what we’re looking for: 

  • Midwife’s name (include pronouns)

  • Affiliated organization(s) 

  • Why you became a midwife (and anything awesome you’d like to brag about)

  • Headshot/Photo if available

  • Bonus: Please include social media handles for tagging!

Please send submissions to sm@cnma.org for consideration! 

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