ACNM60: Honoring Our Past, Celebrating Our Present, Forging the Future
New on ACNM60
|Historical Timeline||Hometown Heroes||New Videos|
|Check out the first 60 years of ACNM history.||See the honorees from ACNM affiliates!||We released a ton of new interactive content at the Annual Meeting. Visit our YouTube channel now!|
Taking A Look Back? Pictures from ACNM's History
2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the American College of Nurse-Midwives. Follow our celebrations all year long through this website!
This is the permanent collection place for all the information and materials pertaining to the anniversary, including:
Event information. Keep track of the ACNM national, ACNM affiliate, and community events and activities throughout the year. If your affiliate, practice, or institution already has something in the works, let us know by dropping us a line at [email protected]. We?ll list you in our calendar.
Archival materials. Do you have any historical midwifery photographs? Help us build a photo collection that showcases our unique heritage and our evolution over the decades. First, read and fill out this submission form. Then show us what you've got!
Share Your 60. Every contribution is valuable, and every voice can be heard. Become part of our history! You can share your own story, either by submitting a written piece or a photo or by participating with video on social media. Learn more here. We'll post everything on this anniversary page.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. Throughout 2015, the Journal will include special content related to the ACNM anniversary theme: Honoring Our Past, Celebrating Our Present, Forging the Future. Each issue of the Journal will highlight a featured topic, including honoring our past (January/February), collaboration (March/April), clinical practice (May/June), global health (July/August), health policy and advocacy (September/October), and forging the future (November/December). Each issue will begin with an editorial about the featured topic and include related commentaries and original articles. The theme for the May/June and November/December continuing education issues is Innovations in Midwifery. This includes innovations in clinical practice, education, research, health care policy, advocacy, global health, public health, and other areas related to midwifery. These articles will describe a wide range of creative, exciting work by midwives.