Midwifery Bridge Certificate: Category 2

Category 2: Emergency Skills for Newborn Care.

At least one course must include a hands-on component. A minimum of 15 contact hours must be from the topics below.
Any health provider course accredited for CEUs/CMEs/CNEs in these topics:
  • Recognizing and responding to Newborn emergencies
  • Recognizing and responding to Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn
  • Recognizing and responding to preterm or low birth weight babies
  • Recognizing and responding to newborn infections and metabolic disorders
  • Emergency skills for the delivery and immediate care of twins
  • Emergency skills for the delivery and immediate care of breeches
CEUs for the Midwifery Bridge Certificate taught by midwifery associations or non-accredited educational programs will not count unless accredited as CEUs by a third party. Examples of some courses that meet these requirements are listed below with hyperlinks to the course information where available:

Conditions Affecting the Newborn

Delivery Complications—Breeches and Twins (CEUs count in either Category 1 or Category 2)

Fetal Heart Monitoring

Neonatal Resuscitation of the Newborn

Newborn and Maternal Emergencies

Sessions at MANA 2021:

  • Click here for the Gold Learning page where you can still buy the entire conference of sessions. When you get to this page, if you mouse-over the text “credits available,” it will tell you whether the course offers CEUs for the Midwifery Bridge Certificate. If you already bought and completed sessions at the conference, your CEU certificate will list which apply to the Bridge Certificate.