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Top Nurse Midwife Programs Online

Midwifery training programs prepare you to care for childbearing women during pregnancy, labor, birth and through the postpartum period. Entering this field typically involves pursuing one of two educational routes – either a nurse-midwife master’s degree program that grants the certified nurse-midwife (CNM) designation, or a certificate program that confers the certified professional midwife (CPM) title. In order to enter a CNM program you must first be a registered nurse (RN) with the proper education (usually a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing). Pursuing your CPM certificate requires only a high school diploma, but the training is rigorous enough that it is only recommended for disciplined students who are willing to work hard.



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Explore Midwifery Careers and Certified Nurse-Midwife Programs

Midwifery training programs prepare you to care for childbearing women during pregnancy, labor, birth and through the postpartum period. Entering this field typically involves pursuing one of two educational routes – either a midwifery master’s degree program that grants the certified nurse-midwife (CNM) designation, or a nurse-midwife certificate program that confers the certified professional midwife (CPM) title. In order to enter a CNM program you must first be a registered nurse (RN) with the proper education (usually a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing). Pursuing your CPM certificate requires only a high school diploma, but the training is rigorous enough that it is only recommended for disciplined students who are willing to work hard.