Midwifery Bridge Certificate: Category 3

Category 3:  Specific Topics Relevant to Midwifery Care

The remaining continuing education credits, leading up to a total of 50, may come from Categories 1 and 2 or from the list below in Category 3 (maximum of 20 from this Category). Other topics and links may be added.

Any healthcare provider course accredited for CEUs/CMEs/CNEs in these topics:


Examples of some courses that meet these requirements are listed below with hyperlinks to the course information where available:

Charting for Midwives

Cultural Competency for Healthcare Providers

Domestic Violence

Ethics for Midwives

HIPAA

  • HIPAA (RN.org online course required for license renewal in Florida)

HIV/AIDS

  • HIV/AIDS (RN.org online course required for license renewal in Florida)

Informed Consent and Shared Decision Making

Manifestations of Various Degrees of Female Genital Mutilation (Cutting) and their Potential Effects on Women’s Health, Including the Birth Process

 

Medical Errors

  • Medical Errors (RN.org online course required for license renewal in Florida)

Methodology for Conducting Maternal Death Review and Near Miss Audits

 

Peer Review Course

  • On-site course taught by NARM (2 credit hours)

Perinatal Bereavement and Counseling

Perinatal Mood Disorders

Pharmacology for Midwives

Placental Anomalies

Preceptor Training; Preceptor-Student Relationships

Principles of Active Management of 3rd Stage of Labor: Including Indications for Episiotomy and Research on the Pros and Cons of Active Management vs. Physiological Management

 

Principles of Research, Evidenced-Based Practice, Critical Interpretation of Professional Literature, and the Interpretation of Vital Statistics and Research Findings

Transfer Guidelines from Home to Hospital (Home Birth Summit Research)

Using the Microscope to Perform Simple Screening Tests

 

Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: Conditions Affecting the Risks and Topics Related to Cesarean Birth and VBAC

 

Misc

Sessions from past workshops which are eligible if you attended them

Sessions at MANA 2015:

  • Bringing Cultural Diversity to Midwifery (Social Justice) Tamara Joy Littles, RN, BSN, SNM; Nandi Andrea M. Hill, LM, CPM; Felina Ortiz, CNM, DNP; Michelle Pino, CNM, MSN; Nichele R. Salazar, CNM, MSN; Brittany K. Simplicio, CNM, MSN; Hien Tran, SNM, RN
  • Legal and Ethical Considerations of Informed Consent (Legal) April Blackmore, JD
  • Human Placentophagy: Modern Values, Primal Needs (Clinical Issues) Sarah Hunter, CPM, CH, CQIA)
  • From Midwife to Midwifery Preceptor: Easy Teaching Techniques that Work for Midwives (Educators) Jennifer West, LM, CPM,CST, CH,TBMP,IPE; Anna D. Khamsamran
  • AME Educator’s Day Wendy Gordon, Sherry DeVries, Justine Clegg, MS, LM, CPM, LMHC; Sandra Bitonti Stewart, MEAC Executive Director (preconference session)
  • Plenary: Perspectives on Risk: MANA DOR’s 2015 Research – Missy Cheyney, PhD, CPM, LDM)
  • What a Little Data Can Do: How Midwives in Washington Are Using Data to Drive Change (Research) Audrey Levine, LM, CPM; Bruce Ackerman, Data Collection Director for the MANA DOR; Valerie Sasson, LM, CPM; Emily Stevens, BA
  • When You Gotta Go: Hospital Transfers: What’s Best Practice and What’s the Next Best Thing (Clinical Issues) Audrey Levine, LM, CPM; Jill Breen, CPM; Diane Holzer, PA-C, LM; Lawrence Leeman, MD
  • Helping Homebirth Clients and Midwives Prepare, Cope, and Heal from Cesarean Births, Courtney Key Jarecki
  • Outcomes for Planned Home VBACs from the MANA Stats 2.0 Cohort: Implications for Practice and Shared Decision-Making (Research) Kim J. Cox, PhD, CNM

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