Did you know?! MPR is now offered virtually via video conference!


What is Midwifery Practice Review (MPR)?

Midwifery Practice Review (MPR) is a formal, transparent, nationally-consistent peer review mechanism that supports you as a midwife to regularly reflect on both your midwifery practice, and professional development.

‘Reflective practitioners are safe practitioners.’

MPR is for all midwives no matter what area they work in, be it clinical midwifery, teaching, management or policy development. It is just as relevant to newly-graduated midwives as it is to those with years of experience.

Developed by midwives, for midwives

Why MPR?

The MPR is recognised by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia as a professional practice review program (PPRP) and satisfies the requirement for midwives with endorsement on their registration. 

Whilst it is true that MPR is voluntary for most, it provides an opportunity for midwives to engage in a journey of self-reflection with support from midwifery peers. Feedback gained is invaluable and will help guide you in achieving your current and future goals.

What does MPR involve?

Comprehensive information about the MPR Review process is available here

After you have applied and paid for your MPR, you will be sent a digital pack containing the necessary resources to help you prepare for your MPR.

Note: Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, all MPRs will be undertaken via video conference.

Added benefits of MPR

As a member, you have access to our extensive online webinars and CPD resources which can help you work towards the goals realised during your MPR.

How much is MPR?

As an ACM member, you will receive a heavily discounted rate.



ACM Member Price

Non-Member Price

Video Conference



*Non-member price includes a 12-month ACM membership subscription.


How do I apply?

To apply, contact us on +61 2 6230 7333 or by email at mpr@midwives.org.au .