Find What You Need
We know that new websites can be disorienting and frustrating. Rest assured that everything from the old midwife.org can be found on the new midwife.org.
Members: Be sure to Log-In! Much of the content on midwife.org is for members only. To access it, you must log-in using your UserID (your email address on file with ACNM) and your password (the first 4 letters of your last name followed by your ACNM member ID. Forgot your password? Go to the Member Resources section and choose "Forgot My Password."
National Office Staff Contact Information: Look to the very top right corner of any page and click on Contact Us Don't see this? Make sure you are scrolled up to the very top of the page, above the log-in fields.
ACNM organizational information, including our Board of Directors, Divisions, Committee, master calendar, bylaws, and more are located in the About ACNM section--look to the very top right hand corner of any page and click on About ACNM. Don't see this? Make sure you are scrolled up to the very top of the page, above the log-in fields. Next click on Organizational Structure to access board, division, committee, taskforce, and caucus pages.
ACNM Position Statements, Clinical Bulletins, and Resource Packets: Look in the ACNM Library under the Professional Resources tab. Search for documents by category or keyword. (Please note, the ACNM Division of Standards and Practice has retired the Quick Info series.) Note that many of the documents in our library are members-only and you will need to log-in to view these. To log-in, your user ID is you email address and your password (the first 4 letters of your last name followed by your ACNM member ID. Forgot your password? Go to the Member Resources section and choose "Forgot My Password."
Still can?t find what you?re looking for? Use the search box located on the middle left side of the homepage, or scroll to the footer of any page and click Search ACNM.
Try Out the New Features
The new midwife.org comes with interactive and easy-to-use features. Here are few of our favorites:
About Midwives: Dispelling public misconceptions about the profession of midwifery is a top priority for ACNM. That?s why we?ve added an entire section to midwife.org called About Midwives. Now our more than 25,000 monthly visitors will have easy access to pages detailing our philosophy of care, scope of practice, history, credentials, and consumer-friendly information.
Latest News and Updates: Gone are the days of scrolling through two long lists of links on the homepage to find that one piece of news you saw last week. Now you can look through one short list of news and updates on the homepage, or click more news and updates at the bottom of the list to see complete archives.
RSS Feeds: If you?re looking for slimmed-down helping of updates, subscribe to our RSS feeds. You can subscribe to only the topics that interest you, such as Clinical News or Legislative News. Click the RSS link at the bottom of the homepage for a quick link to our complete list of RSS feeds.
Upcoming Events:With our new calendar feature, you?ll never miss an important deadline again. Go to News & Events, and click on Upcoming Events for the complete ACNM calendar containing award and scholarship deadlines, workshops, board meetings, and editorial deadlines. On the right side of the page, you?ll also find links to the CEU Calendar and Upcoming Webinars.
Global Health:The new and improved Department of Global Health (DGO) Web page is finally here! Go to Professional Resources, and click on Global Health to enter their portal. Members have access to the all-new Global Health Networking Forum. The Life-Saving Skills and Home-Based Life Saving Skills manuals are now available to download for free. Just go to Publications and Resources and click on ACNM Publications.