ICM has grown from a small group of Midwives Associations in Western Europe to a major Confederation with more than 116 autonomous associations from countries all over the world. By strengthening member associations, ICM advances the profession of midwifery globally promoting autonomous midwives as the most appropriate caregivers for childbearing women.
Midwifery Society, Royal College of Nursing
The Royal College of Nursing promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies across the UK. Within the membership we have nurses, midwives, students and healthcare assistants. We facilitate our midwifery community to promote the highest standards of practice and increase awareness of midwifery and reproductive health across associated professional groups.
The ultimate aim is to support our midwifery members to provide the highest standards of care pregnant women.
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Midwifery and the post MDG agenda
The Millennium Development Goals (MDG) are ‘ending’ in 2015. Some countries will have achieved some of the eight MDGs, some will have surpassed them and some will not have achieved any.