About This Journal

The Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health (JMWH) is the official journal of the American College of Nurse-Midwives. Within a culture of inclusion and antiracism, JMWH advocates for health equity, access to quality care for all persons, and excellence in midwifery. Articles published in JMWH include new research and current knowledge across a broad range of clinical and interprofessional topics including perinatal care, sexual and reproductive health, gynecology, primary care, public health, health care policy, and global health. Implications for midwifery practice, policy, education, research, and workforce development in the United States are emphasized. International health articles with global perspectives and broad implications are welcomed. JMWH utilizes a double anonymous peer review process to ensure manuscripts meet the highest standards of scholarly work and welcomes submissions from midwives, collaborating health professionals, scientists, and others with an interest in the Journal’s scope.

Resources from JMWH

Ask the Midwife

(Formerly Share with Women)

Ask the Midwife is a series of patient information handouts from the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health and can be copied and distributed for non-commercial use without permission. We encourage you to print and share these handouts. Patient handouts published prior to 2023 will retain the Share with Women title. Updates to existing handouts or new handouts published starting January 2023 will be published under the title Ask the Midwife.

 

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Earn Continuing Education from JMWH

The Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health offers continuing education (CE) for two full issues (20 contact hours per issue), as well as select articles in other issues providing a simple way to fulfill ongoing education requirements. 

3 simple steps:
1) Read articles marked for Continuing Education
2) Complete the test online
3) Receive your certificate electronically

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