WHO ARE MIDWIVES?

Midwives are key players on the health care team, working with other caregivers to provide women and their babies the best possible care.

"Midwife" means "with woman". Midwives are trained specialists who care for women throughout pregnancy and childbirth. More than 80 percent of babies world-wide are born into the caring, skillful hands of a midwife.

 

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TOPIC OF INTEREST

Gap Training/Bridging Programs

08/13/2018

To register (be licensed) in Manitoba as a midwife all internationally educated midwives (IEMs) must complete an Assessment and Gap Training/bridging process. The assessment and gap training process takes approximately 12 months to complete...


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Role of the College

08/13/2018

The College is governed by a council comprised of midwives, at least two members of the public and a representative of the College's Standing Committee on Issues Related to Midwifery Care to Aboriginal Women... 


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