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THE IMPORTANCE OF NON-MASTER'S DEGREE OPTIONS IN NURSE-MIDWIFERY EDUCATION

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  • Judith P. Rooks CNM, MS MPH,

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      Judith Rooks, CNM. MS, MPH. 2706 SW English Court. Portland, OR 97201
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    • Judith P. Rooks, CNM, MS MPH. serves as a consultant to various American and international organizations dedicated to maternal and child health and family planning. Her skills and experience are related primarily to research, program planning and evaluation, and policy development. She is a past-president of the American College of Nurse-Midwives.

  • Katherine C. Carr CNM, PhD,

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    • Katherine Camacho Carr, CNM, PhD, works as a nurse-midwife at the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle, Washington, and serves as a consultant in nurse-midwifery and perinatal nursing practice. She was a member of the ACNM Board of Directors from 1983 to 1985 and is involved in the development of a nurse-midwifery educational program in Seattle.

  • Irene Sandvold CNM, DrPH

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    • Irene Sandvold, CNM, DrPH, is a nurse-consultant with the Advanced Nurse Education and Nurse Practitioner and Nurse-Midwifery programs of the Division of Nursing in the US Department of Health and Human Services. She has worked on maternal and child health and public health education and practice issues domestically and internationally.


Judith Rooks, CNM. MS, MPH. 2706 SW English Court. Portland, OR 97201

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