Standards and Policies
The College of Midwives of Alberta (CMA) is charged with establishing policies and guidelines for regulating the profession of midwifery in the province of Alberta. These are determined by committee with review by other stakeholders familiar with policy formation, as well as other medical professionals within and without the province. All documents are then approved by council and shared with the midwives.
The Midwifery Code of Ethics can be found here.
Click below to access copies of the CMA's policies, guidelines, and statements.
P1 Established Practice Policy
P2 Allowable Expenses and Per Diems Policy
P3 Credentials for Objective Structured Clinical Examiners Policy
P4 Conduct and Competency Committee Policy - under revision. Please contact CMA for information.
P5 Student Registration Policy
P6 Registration Policy
P7 Midwifery Client Records and Recordkeeping Policy
P8 Approval of Educational Programs
P9 CMA Examination Appeal Policy
P10 Client Requests for Care Outside Midwifery Standards of Practice - under revision. Please contact CMA for information.
P11 Supervision Policy (Assessment and Supervision Requirements for Clinical Placement and Plan for Reporting)
P12 Discipline Hearing Summaries Policy - under revision. Please contact CMA for information.
P13a Second Birth Attendant Policy
P14 Participating in Social Media Policy
P15 Continuing Competence Policy - under revision. Please contact CMA for information.
P17 Registered Midwives Contracting Private Pay Clients Policy
P18 Informed Choice Policy
P19 Midwife Workload Policy
P20 College Records Retention and Disposition Policy
P21 Policy and Guideline Review Policy
P22 Registered Midwives Integrating Complementary Health Care Policy
P24 New Registrants (New Graduates) Policy
P25 Registered Midwife Professional Obligation to Update Register Profile Policy