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A Licensed Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) is a type of midwife who is licensed and certified to provide comprehensive midwifery care to women and families during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.
Annual Report - Pursuant to KRS 314.404(10) and 201 KAR 20:660, an LCPM shall report the following information to the Board of Nursing on or before September 1 of each year for the period of July 1 through June 30 preceding. The LCPM Advisory Council shall review all reports.
Incident Form - Under Kentucky Law, KRS 314.404(11) and 201 KAR 20:660, Licensed Certified Professional Midwives (LCPM) must submit the incident form to the Board of Nursing within thirty (30) days of the occurrence of a case of newborn or maternal death attended by the LCPM at the discovery of death.
LCPM Informed Refusal Form
Obtain information about how to file a self-complaint or complaint regarding the actions of an LCPM.
Obtain information about disciplinary monitoring.
Information regarding regulations concerning LCPM practice can be located in the KBN Document Library using the keywords
Kentucky Administrative Regulations Governing LCPM Practice.
Information regarding the disciplinary process can be located in the KBN Document Library using the keywords
KBN Investigation and Discipline Process Applicable to LCPMs.
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