Midwifery Practice Review
Facilitative, Supportive, Encouraging
What is Midwifery Practice Review?
Midwifery Practice Review (MPR) is a formal, transparent, nationally consistent peer review mechanism that supports midwives to regularly reflect on their portfolio, their own midwifery practice and future professional development plans or identified needs.
This reflection is in relation to recognised professional standards for the provision of safe, high quality care to women and their families within the full scope of practice of the midwife. MPR is relevant and open to midwives who currently care for women and their families. Midwives are encouraged to undertake MPR on a three-yearly basis.
MPR is an integral element of the College’s continuing professional development framework, MidPLUS, and has been developed as a process of reflection, self-assessment and face to face discussion with specially trained peers and consumers.
MPR is a supportive, facilitative and positive professional process.
MPR Review Dates 2013
MPR Application Forms
MPR Application Package
Individual MPR Application form
Group MPR Application form
Payment by Instalments
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