ANNUAL STUDENT REPORT TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF NURSE-MIDWIVES

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  • Debra J. Chapman RN-C, BSN, FNP, SNM

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    • Debra J. Chapman is currently a student nurse-midwife in the Master's Program at Georgetown University. She has been practicing as a family nurse practitioner in the United States Navy Nurse Corps for the past 10 years and is currently assigned to full-time duty under instruction in Washington, DC.


  • Disclaimer: This article was written by Debra J. Chapman while a student at Georgetown University studying for a Master's Degree in Nursing. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Navy. Department of Defense, or the United States government.

6029 Bonnie Bem Court, Burke, VA 22015.

ABSTRACT

This article profiles current areas of concern identified by the student membership at the 38th annual American College of Nurse-Midwives convention in June. Communication, financial aid, education, and practice are identified as topics affecting past, present, and future students, as well as the current membership of certified nurse-midwives. Recommendations are offered and the College is petitioned to address these substantial issues that directly impact the membership.

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