Equity and Diversity Statement

The CMA stands with all BIPOC women, men, children and 2SLGBTQ+ people in their outrage of the dehumanizing racism and discrimination that is entrenched in our society. We acknowledge that racism and other forms of discrimination are a systemic as well as an individual problem that inflicts profound emotional, physical, and psychological injury on our BIPOC communities and individuals. The CMA is committed to examining our role in this system and to educating ourselves and our members about dismantling individual biases, and deconstructing racist and discriminatory beliefs, assumptions, and practices. The road ahead is long, and mistakes will be made, however we firmly believe in the importance of equity for all people and are committed to action. Respectfully submitted from the Staff and Council of the College of Midwives of Alberta.

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The College of Midwives of Alberta is the governing and regulatory body that oversees the registration and practice of midwifery throughout the province of Alberta.

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Update Information - COVID-19


Dear Midwives, 

Please see important update related to COVID-19.

Call for Committee Members


The CMA is putting out a call for Committee members: Registration Committee and Competence Committee

This is your opportunity to serve and support your professional regulatory body and all of the important work that the CMA does. Regulatory committees are permitted under the provincial statute through the HPA (Health Professions Act), to fulfill its delegated powers and authorities including registering competence midwives, helping maintain their ongoing competence, and setting the standards for the proper education of midwives to meet the needs of Albertans. 

If you are interested, please contact the CMA Registrar, Sharon Prusky at: registrar@albertamidwives.org or (403) 474-3999

Please click "Read More" for more information. 

Council Meetings


Regular meetings of the College Council are held via Zoom. The next meeting will be December 17, 2020 at 9:45 am.

Please contact the office for more information if you wish to attend. 

Relaunch Protocol for Midwifery Clinics


To All Midwifery Group Practice Leads,


As the Relaunch Alberta plan unfolds, Alberta Health is setting out guidelines for those health professionals who are dealing directly with the public and their clients. 

Please also refer to the email sent out to you by CMA on May 4/20 around Relaunch.

Please click "Read More" to view the complete letter.

COVID-19 Homebirth Information for Midwives


Salute and Congratulations to all Registered Midwives in Alberta, as we honor you in this year of the Midwife and the Nurse! Special wishes go out to each and every Registered Midwife for Tuesday, May 5, 2020, as we celebrate International Day of the Midwife! You are a small but mighty force in maternity care in this province. Your clients and families benefit from your primary care - Council and Staff at CMA.

This letter to you highlights the public mandate of the CMA: importance of client choice in these unprecedented times. In addition, both NRP and FHS are addressed, by way of staying current in those two areas.


COVID-19 Information to the Public


The CMA continues to monitor the pandemic situation carefully and make adjustments as appropriate. As clients of midwifery services, you will remain as safe as possible because the CMA regulates the midwifery profession and supports Registered Midwives in all situations. For clients, please make sure that you review the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics contained on this website, so that you know what Registered Midwives do to provide high quality care.

Protect Yourselves and Others: We all own the responsibility of decreasing the spread of this virus.

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