|Ohio Friends of Midwives|
Promotes homebirth, the use of direct-entry professionals, and the model of care. Describes roles, routes to practice and membership information.
|Oregon Midwifery Council|
Dedicated to the development of the profession. Includes a description of the model of care, a searchable directory, events and photo gallery.
|Quinte Midwifery Committee|
Promotes the profession as an acknowledged and safe option for maternal-child healthcare. Further links to research articles, updates and an optional survey. Based in Ontario, Canada.
|Tennessee Midwives Association|
Organization of practitioners, aspiring midwives, and childbirth educators. Offers continuing education workshops and quarterly newsletters.
|The ACNM Certification Council|
The national certifying body for graduates and accredited training programs.
|The Association of Texas Midwives|
Aims to represent interests and keep members informed of all current issues and legislation. Offers links to various items of interest within the profession.
|The Midwives' Association of Washington State (MAWS)|
Non-profit organization that aims to promote public and professional recognition. Offers resources and a searchable database of practitioners .
|The Royal College of Midwives|
Trade union orientated organization run by midwives. Provides information and advice on professional development, professional affairs, and employment relations for members. UK based.
|Uganda Private Midwives Association|
Offers a brief listing of contact details, activities and areas of operations. Includes various links focusing on women's organizations within the area.
|Washington State Midwives|
Provides information for practitioners and consumers focusing on professional issues and women's health. Links include birth options, articles on decision making and a searchable database.
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