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NARM picky question

post #1 of 4
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I'm filling out my NARM paperwork and wondering if I can count my own births as Phase 1 births. I have a bunch of births that I could use in Phase 2 if I can do that. Anyone know for sure?

post #2 of 4
I can't imagine it is, nor should anyone want to IMO. Your own. Irtbs did not provide midwifery training.
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This is just for observer births, which are stated to be in any capacity: doula, family member, whatever. I'm doing births where I'm catching because my preceptor feels like I'm qualified, and I want those births to count for what they are - assistant births. I just have 9 observer births and need a 10th, and would rather not have a birth that I did a TON more work than just observe have to be bumped in just because I can't find someone to sign off on one of my doula births.
 

post #4 of 4

Could you get some work as a doula and use that for the observe births?

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