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WAC 246-834-067: Preceptor for certified professional midwife (CPM) licensure program

Published: 2015

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WACs > Title 246 > Chapter 246-834 > Section 246-834-067



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WAC 246-834-067

Preceptor for certified professional midwife (CPM) licensure program.

This section defines the role of a preceptor as used in WAC 246-834-066. A certified professional midwife (CPM) applicant for licensure as a midwife may use more than one preceptor to meet the requirements for licensure under WAC 246-834-066. (1) A preceptor for clinical requirements including observed, managed, and assisted births, and prenatal and postpartum examinations must: (a) Have a current Washington state license as a midwife under chapter 18.50 RCW, physician under chapter 18.71 RCW, osteopathic physician under chapter 18.57 RCW, or certified nurse midwife under chapter 18.79 RCW; and (b) Have actively practiced obstetrics for at least three consecutive years or attended at least one hundred fifty births. (2) A preceptor for legend drugs and devices must have a current Washington state credential and be, within his or her scope of practice, qualified to use and administer legend drugs and devices described in RCW 18.50.115 and WAC 246-834-250. [Statutory Authority: RCW 18.50.065, 18.50.135, and 18.50.040. WSR 15-20-049, § 246-834-067, filed 9/30/15, effective 10/31/15.]