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The College of Midwives of Ontario was established with the proclamation of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991  (RHPA) and the Midwifery Act, 1991 on December 31, 1993 to govern midwifery. The mandate of the College is to regulate the profession of midwifery in accordance with the RHPA. The College’s primary obligation to the public is to ensure that members of the profession are qualified, skilled, and competent in the area in which they practise.

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June 2019 Council Meeting Materials

Click here to review the meeting materials for the June 26, 2019, meeting of the College of Midwives of Ontario Council. Council meetings are open to the public.  Contact the College at cmo@cmo.on.ca or 416.640.2252 ext. 227 for information about the time and location of these meetings.  Please review the Guidelines for Observers prior to attending a College of Midwives of Ontario Council […]

Temporary Issue with the Public Consultation Feedback Form

This morning our website experienced an issue with the server, which resulted in our Public Consultation: Fee and Remuneration By-Law 2019 feedback form not accepting comments. This issue has now been resolved, and members may now submit their feedback. If you’d like to submit feedback, please click this link: https://www.cmo.on.ca/about-the-college/consultations/public-consultation-fee-and-remuneration-by-law-2019/  

The Quality Assurance Program Reporting Portal is Now Open

The College is pleased to report that the Quality Assurance Program (QAP) Reporting Portal is back online. Members may now track and report their 2018/2019 QAP activities through this portal. If you have been using the Quality Assurance Program (QAP) Annual Record form to track your activities, please log in to the Member Portal to transfer your activities to […]

Working Outside of the Midwifery Practice Group Model

On June 1, 2018, the Professional Standards for Midwives (Professional Standards) came into effect and allowed midwives practising outside of, or in addition to, the Midwifery Practice Group (MPG) model to do so without special arrangements with the College. Midwives currently working in this kind of arrangement can practise on their own authority as long […]

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