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Adelaide 12-14 September
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“Excellent (webinar). Thank you for a brave and transparent discussion. Today, ACM should consider itself a global pioneer for open discussion and common sense. Thank you.”
“As a long-time member of the Australian College of Midwives, your service and support in education to midwives has been invaluable throughout my career.”
“The best thing about my ACM membership is being part of a network of midwives, locally and nationally. I really enjoy the conferences and branch activities. I meet lots of different people and it has expanded my perspective.”
“I have enjoyed many of the free webinars and the up to date information on what’s happening or new in Midwifery practice.
Updating my skills has been made easier with ACM online and keeping my Professional Development current and CPD points needed to maintain registration.”
“It is important to belong to your professional organisation, it keeps you up to date with the latest events, research and publishes a great journal.
Also to have a strong voice to initiate change for a better world for families.”
“I think the organisation is great and particularly enjoy the member magazine and email with updates and educational opportunities.”
“Thank you to ACM for all your inspiration, motivation, education opportunities and direction in Midwifery.”
“Thank you for an excellent event. All the panellists were brilliant.”
Join us in Cairns for our 24th National Conference
This free panel will be facilitated by ACM President Joanne Gray and feature panellists Hazel Keedle, Fran Velnaar, Sharna Hoffman and Kristy Smith.
An event for Students
This free webinar will be facilitated by Tani Paxton, in conversation with Liz Wilkes and Petrina Halloran.
This webinar is facilitated by ACM Midwifery Advisor, Tani Paxton and presented by Sharon Stoliar.
This webinar will cover the following:
This panel is facilitated by ACM Midwifery Advisor Tani Paxton and feature panelists Nicole Highet, Angela Lovering and Wimbayi Musodza.
More than 26,000 babies (8.7%) are born too early in Australia each year, and this rate has been rising. In addition, a rising number of babies are be...