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ACNM Business Meetings

ACNM Business Meetings

The majority of time at business meetings is reserved for ACNM members to debate motions that have been proposed by other ACNM members regarding important issues and opportunities facing the midwifery profession and the ACNM organization. Business meetings are open to all members, although voting privileges are not extended to associate members and students. All members are allowed to voice their opinion in accordance with ACNM business meeting procedures. Your presence and opinions are highly valued and we strongly encourage you to participate! To learn more, visit our ACNM Business Meeting Motions FAQ page.

Opening ACNM Business Meeting: Friday, May 31  9:30 am - 11:30 am

Closing ACNM Business Meeting:  Sunday, June 2, 10:15am - 12:15pm

How to Submit a Motion: Complete the 2013 ACNM Business Meeting Motion Form and e-mail it to annualmeeting@acnm.org with the subject line: Motion form. Motion forms will also be available at the Annual Meeting.


  • ACNM Motion Discussion

    ACNM is providing this blog for discussion of motions received for the ACNM 58th Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN. It will be active from April 10 - May 31, 2013. To participate, you must be logged in with your ACNM member ID and password.  Please note that each motion has a separate discussion thread -- please be sure to post your comments to the appropriate thread.  We also include a thread for discussions of procedure, and another for the discussion ofpotential motions that they are considering and wish to explore with other members.  Only ACNM national office staff can create a new discussion thread on this blog; please send your suggestions for new discussion threads for the Motion Discussion blog to annualmeeting@acnm.org.


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