To be approved by the Board, a continuing education program must cover one or more of the course of study subjects listed in 12 AAC 14.200 and directly relate to the clinical practice of midwifery. On April 26, 1994 the Board of Certified Direct-Entry Midwives adopted a code of ethics. The ethics can be read under Appendix B of the statutes and regulations. Under item number 2 in the code of ethics, midwives should strive continually to improve medical knowledge and skill.
The Alaska Board of Certified Direct-Entry Midwives has created a continuing education worksheet to guide licensees. This is a tool to assist you in management of your certificates.
Certified Direct-Entry Midwife Continuing Education Worksheet,
#08-4589, Revised 08/16/11
Sec. 08.65.080 RENEWAL
12 AAC 14.200. COURSE OF STUDY REQUIREMENTS
12 AAC 14.420. CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
12 AAC 14.430. APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS.
A continuing education program not sponsored by one of the organizations listed in 12 AAC 14.420 (b) must be individually approved by the Board. The Board meets 2 times per year. In order for a course to be evaluated for approval at a Board meeting, requests should be submitted no later than 45 days before the Board meeting to be added to the agenda.
The Board’s self study program required in 12 AAC 14.420(a)(2) covers the Board’s current statutes and regulations in AS 08.65 and 12 AAC 14, and will be revised for each renewal. The Board’s self-study program and a booklet containing the Board’s current statutes and regulations will be mailed to each licensee with the renewal form.