NARM takes very seriously the responsibility of the preceptor to teach midwifery skills and knowledge to students and to accurately assess the student’s ability to perform as a primary midwife. Requirements are made very clear in NARM materials and on documents signed by the student and preceptor. When evidence presents itself that a preceptor is not following the requirements specified, NARM has the responsibility to revoke the right of that preceptor to sign off on CPM applications.
Current preceptor registration with NARM is required for clinicals to be valid. It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that their preceptors are currently registered with NARM.
Revoked midwives may no longer refer to themselves as a NARM Registered Preceptor and may not sign off on CPM applications.
- Cindy Morrow, 2022
- Vicki Johnson, 2022
- Elizabeth Williams, 2022
- Nicole Oney Young, 2023