Topic: CPM vs CNM?
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February 8th, 2011, 12:07 PM
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For my state (when I still lived in USA) a CNM had to complete 4 years of regular nursing school, work 1 year in L&D (not catching any babies) and then she could qualify for the 1 year program for Midwifery. The program only accepted 12 students per year and it was a year long and did not require a Masters.
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