Administrative Rules of Montana
Department 24 - LABOR AND INDUSTRY
Chapter 24.111 - ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE BOARD
Subchapter 24.111.6 - Licensing and Scope of Practice - Direct-Entry Midwifery
Rule 24.111.606 - MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR DIRECT-ENTRY MIDWIFE APPLICANTS AFTER JANUARY 1, 2020

Universal Citation: MT Admin Rules 24.111.606

Current through Register Vol. 6, March 25, 2022

(1) An applicant must be a NARM Certified Professional Midwife, demonstrated by:

(a) graduation from a MEAC-accredited program; or

(b) completing the Portfolio Evaluation Process through NARM; and

(c) passing the NARM examination with a scaled score of 75.
(i) Applicants must have the examination score reported to the board from NARM. (ii) Applicants who have failed the examination twice must file a remedial plan with the board, which includes arrangements for securing further professional training and experience prior to each examination attempt.

(2) In addition to NARM certification, applicants must show:

(a) observation of ten births; and

(b) participation as the primary birth attendant at five continuous care births, shown by the signed birth certificate as primary birth attendant, an affidavit from the birth mother; or documented records from the person who supervised the births to include prenatal records, birth records, and postpartum records.

Mont. Admin. R. 24.111.606

NEW, 2019 MAR p. 2364, Eff.12/28/2019

AUTH: 37-27-105, MCA IMP: 37-27-105, 37-27-201, 37-27-202, MCA

This section was updated on 1/2/2020 by overlay.

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