Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Midwifery Students Reach Across the Pond: A US-UK Short-Term Study Abroad Experience

Developing a Short-Term Study Abroad Experience Cindy L. Farley, CNM, PhD, FACNM, is an Associate Professor in the Nurse-Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner programs of the School of Nursing...

Notes from the Field: Malawi #2 (Leadership, Organization, and Program Management)

This column is the second of four from Malawi and illustrates one of the ACNM Global Health Competencies. If you are interested in submitting a Notes from the Field column, please read...

Health History Skills Development for Interprofessional Learners in Transgender and Non-Binary Populations

Faculty and simulation educators developed a partnership with a community clinic that provides gender-affirming medical care to transgender and nonbinary people. The clinic developed a simulation for midwifery and women’s health nurse...

Improve immunization rates in the families you care for: ACNM has resources and a...

The data on the safety and efficacy of vaccines continues to grow. Despite this, vaccine hesitancy is on the rise. Social media have provided an easy way for those opposed to vaccines...

ACNM Global Work Adapting to COVID-19 Pandemic

The Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services (ACCESS) program targets improvements in health care for mothers, babies, and children in Madagascar as part of the work of the Global Health Team...

Notes from the Field: Malawi #4 (Health System Strengthening)

This column is the final of four from Malawi and illustrates one of the ACNM Global Health Competencies. If you are interested in submitting a Notes from the Field column, please read the instructions...

Preceptors’ Pointers: How to be a Culturally Sensitive Preceptor.

Q: I’ll soon be precepting a student who is very different from me culturally. How do I establish a relationship with her that is culturally sensitive and minimize the potential for conflicts or misunderstandings? A: I would meet...

Preceptors’ Pointers: When is a Midwife Ready to be a Preceptor?

Q: When is a new midwife ready to be a good preceptor? How much experience should she or he have? A: In my first job as a new graduate, I was permitted to practice on my own...

Preceptors’ Pointers: Motivating an Unengaged Student

Q: I’m precepting a student nurse-midwife who doesn’t seem especially engaged or excited about what she is learning. Any advice? A: When I sense that my student isn't engaged, we have a conversation which involves the following:...

Preceptors’ Pointers: Getting Started on the Right Foot

Q: I graduated from my midwifery program 4 years ago and was recently asked to precept a student. What support or guidance should I expect from the program, and are there any best preceptor...