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Certification is required in nursing because it is a professional curse. To become a certified nurse one must first go through nursing school. After school one must take and passed the required professional exams.

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How long does it take to become a certified nurse midwife?

it takes 7 years to become a certified nurse midwife


How long does it take to become a nurse midwife?

it takes 7 years to become a certified nurse midwife


What degree do you need to become a nurse midwife?

A Certified Nurse-Midwife ("CNM") is an Advanced Practice Nurse. In most states a master's degree in nursing is required.


What additional qualifications does a certified nurse need to become a midwife in the UK?

There are some additional qualifications a certified nurse needs to become a midwife in the UK. Registered nurses can apply for an 18 month course on midwifery, that is much shorter than programs for other people.


What is a CNM?

A CNM is a Certified Nurse Midwife. They deliver babies anywhere, where ever the mom pleases. To become that on the other hand, you need to work your way up. For example: Get an Associates in Nursing then Bachelor's in Nursing then go to Midwifery school. This way you become a Certified Nurse Midwife. Certified anywhere in the United States.


What is the name of a nurse who helps deliver babies?

A Midwife helps delivers babies, their title is CNM (certified nurse midwife).


How many years of college are required to become a certified nursing midwife?

A Certified Nurse Midwife has to be a Registered Nurse first, usually with a Bachelor's degree, that takes 4 years. Most CNM programs today are Master's programs that take 1-2 years.


What is the abbreviation for a nurse midwife?

In the United States, the abbreviation is CNM, for certified nurse-midwife. In Canada, the abbreviation is RM, for registered midwife (though this differs from the U.S. because it can apply to non-nurse midwives.)


Do you need to be CPR certified to become a nurse?

Yes, you do need to be CPR certified to become a nurse.


What qualifications are needed to begin midwifery training?

Laws have changed in the last decade. Now you must be a nurse and go to midwifery school and become licensed/certified to practice as a (nurse) midwife. it depends on where you live in Britain you do not need to be a qualified nurse to start training as a midwife


Does a person need certified nurse training to become a nurse?

Yes you need to be certified before you can become a nurse. Even if you want to become a nurse assistant, you need to go get certified before it is legal to practice.


Where can a midwife work?

A midwife can work in a hospital (if she is a certified nurse midwife), at a birthing center, or even in the clients own home. It is all about what make the mom to be feel the most comfortable.

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