Preceptor Registration

The Registered Preceptor must be credentialed as a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM), Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM), Certified Midwife (CM); or must be a licensed practitioner legally recognized by a state/jurisdiction to provide maternity care. A preceptor must have an additional three years of experience after credentialing or fifty primary/co-primary births beyond entry-level CPM requirements. Additionally, they must also have ten continuity of care births beyond entry-level CPM requirements. A preceptor must have attended a minimum of ten out-of-hospital births in the last three years.

Preceptors may become NARM Registered Preceptors by completing the Preceptor Registration Form here.

If you have less than three years of experience beyond the entry-level CPM requirements, you must also complete NARM Preceptor Registration Supplemental Form 705 here.