Members in the general class (including new registrants) and supervised practice class of registration must participate in at least six sessions of peer case review each reporting year (October 1- September 30). Peer case reviews should be educational and should be conducted in a confidential and non-punitive environment.
In accordance with the Quality Assurance Regulation, the peer case review sessions must include a minimum of four participating midwives from at least two separate midwifery practice groups.
Members may report on up to two interprofessional case review activities (e.g., hospital morbidity and mortality or departmental meetings, MORE OB interprofessional care reviews), provided that the review consists of at least four participants.
For more details on peer case reviews, please review the Guideline on Peer Case Reviews.