Monday, June 27, 2022
Each year at the Annual Meeting, student midwives delivery their report to the board. Now the board has responded to issues raised in the 2018 report.

Student Representative Update

Encouraging Student Engagement and Looking Ahead to the ACNM Annual Meeting. Congratulations to the midwives who graduated in...

ACNM Racism in Midwifery Education Task Force Interim Report

The 2020 ACNM Annual Meeting coincided with a national conversation about racism incited by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. As racism within...

President Signs FY 2022 Budget Bill, Includes Funding Increase for Midwifery Education

That’s a wrap! After several months of negotiation, Congress finally passed a $1.5 trillion spending bill funding the federal government through September 30, 2022....

Please Step Up …

“Raising the Voice of Midwives, One Donation at a Time”—this is our motto in the Midwives-Political Action Committee (PAC), and this fall,...

Kansas Achieves Full Practice Authority for Certified Nurse-Midwives

Hip Hip Hooray! Join us in congratulating our Kansas ACNM Affiliate in becoming the 29th jurisdiction (28 states plus D.C.) to achieve...

Region III Update (Jan-Jun 2020)

Midwives are ones that place their hearts out there to care for and love those in need. Region III reaches our hearts...

Eliminating the Racial Disparities Contributing to the Rise in U.S. Maternal Mortality: Perspectives from...

Download as a PDF Valuing the Lives of All Mothers As the American College...

Region VII Update (Jul-Dec 2020)

I am pleased to share a little about the amazing work of the Oregon Affiliate. Their vision is, “Oregon as a leader...

Region IV Update (Jan-Jun 2020)

I am so honored to be representing this region to the ACNM Board. I am looking forward to learning your needs,...

Region VII Spring Update: Improving Lives in Rural Areas

Greetings Region VII CNMs and CMs! In a prior Quickening (July 2018), I mentioned my first-hand experience working in...