Accountability provides reassurance to women who choose CPMs as their care providers and to states who utilize the CPM for legal recognition. The process validates continued competency and professional conduct.
A CPM or CPM applicant who has been named in a written complaint to NARM is required to participate in Complaint Review and/or Grievance Mechanism. Failure or refusal to participate in the accountability processes will result in revocation of the credential or denial of the CPM application.
Oversight . . . .
In addition to recertification, NARM utilizes three levels of oversight and review of CPM practice—
Community Peer Review
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How to File a Complaint with NARM
If you, as a client, received care from a CPM or CPM applicant and believe you did not receive competent care, or if you, as a witness, have concerns about care received and have the client’s permission, you may file a complaint with NARM.