Maine Midwifery Law

Maine Midwifery Law. The governor, within 60 days following the effective date of this act, shall appoint 2 board members for a term of one year, 2 for a term of 2 years and 3 for a term of 3 years to the board of licensed midwives pursuant to the maine revised statutes, title 32, section 17402. Direct entry midwives will be licensed by the state of maine in 2020 when legislation passed in 2016 takes effect.

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The law states that certified professional midwives in maine cannot deliver twins or breech babies or deliver a baby for a woman who has. See board laws and rules for full requirements. The mission of the board of nursing is to protect the public health and welfare in the area of nursing practice..

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The governor, within 60 days following the effective date of this act, shall appoint 2 board members for a term of one year, 2 for a term of 2 years and 3 for a term of 3 years to the board of licensed midwives pursuant to the maine revised statutes, title 32, section 17402. One member must be a midwife of any classification licensed in this state. Currently here in maine, cpms are not licensed, but are working towards licensure. Macpm is the maine state chapter of the national association of certified professional midwives.