NARM now has an option for CPMs who are retiring and do not want to keep their certification active but also don’t want to claim Inactive status or allow their certification to expire. Retired CPMs may use the title, CPM-Retired. CPMs who have received this status may not use the title “CPM” without the retired designation and may not practice midwifery using the CPM credential. However, CPMs with the designation CPM-Retired will remain in the CPM database and will receive mailings and eBlasts from NARM.

Read more about how to retire here.

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