Join us in Cairns, September 13-15, 2022.
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Better content, better format, better practice
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Midwife of the Year, Best New Talent, Maternity Service of the Year,
Life Member, Fellow
Read more about what ACM will be seeking from the 47th Parliament of Australia
Find a face to face event near you, register for an upcoming virtual event or see what webinars are on this month.
Learn in your lunch break, cram on your commute. ACM has an ever growing catalogue of short eLearning courses to complete where you want, when you want.
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Our members are representative of midwives at all stages of their career and in all areas of midwifery.
Whether you’re studying, working clinically, in private practice, education or in policy there’s a place for you at ACM.
There are many reasons to join but here are the top three:
As much or as little as they'd like!
Get active and volunteer your time or sit back and relax while we keep you up to date with the latest events, education and news via your email.
ACM supports you through all stages of your career. We have membership for:
Midwives who hold a current registration.
Midwives who are not currently practicing.
Midwives who have graduated in the last six month.
We invite you to the ACM NSW 2022 State Conference – our conference in Orange! The title of the conference is ‘From the Ground Up'.
This free panel will be facilitated by ACM Principal Midwifery officer, Kellie Wilton, and feature panellists Louise Everitt and Renee Adair.
This free webinar will facilitated by ACM President Joanne Gray and presented by Fiona Reid.
The care women and babies receive postnatally can have serious and ongoing impacts on the well-being and quality of life of women and their families a...
This panel is facilitated by ACM Principal Midwifery officer, Kellie Wilton, and features panellists Tracey Stephens, Karinda Taylor, Jacynta Krakouer...
Presented by ACM Victorian Branch, with address by Adjunct Professor Tanya Farrell, Chair of CCOPMM, Senior Maternity Advisor Midwife