ACNM Store for exhibiting materials such as pregnancy calculators, "Listen to Women" buttons, Today's Midwife brochures, or other products.
Have a cache of relevant information on hand such as the Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health Share with Women series, pages from www.ourmomentoftruth.com, and brochures from your practice and education programs in the area.
Look professional. The personal appearance of those staffing the exhibit needs to be consistent with the image of certified nurse-midwives and certified midwives as caring professionals.
Wear a name tag to identify yourself to visitors. Go out of your way to greet people, ask if they have questions, and make them feel genuinely welcome. Do not rely on visitors to seek you out for information.
Bring your business cards so any visitor you speak with will leave with your appropriate contact information.
Remind people that CNMs and CMs do more than attend births. Have information on hand about the gynecologic care that women of every age can receive from a midwife. For fact sheets and other information about midwifery, download ACNM Fact Sheets.