Midwifery Works

Midwifery Works is a professional development conference produced by ACNM and designed by the Midwifery Business Network. This highly affordable conference is focused on helping midwives acquire and enhance their business and management skills. Dive deeper into the skills you need for a successful and impactful midwifery career!


Learn skills to coach your team, grow your practice, and increase results.


Earn up to 20+ hours of continuing education with our innovative workshops and sessions!


Meet fellow colleagues, ACNM leaders, and other midwives just like you!


Opportunity to participate in the Foundation Fundraiser—an excellent way to support midwifery and network.

2021 LEAD Program

ACNM is pleased to announce Midwives LEAD (Learn, Engage, Ascend, Deliver) Leadership Development Program which is being offered in conjunction with Midwifery Works. This program is designed to engage midwives in a unique professional development experience that frames leadership as the ability to enhance personal and professional performance, build relationships, cultivate excellence, and sustain energy for productive influence, agency, and motivation to enact positive change.


ACNM Meetings, Conferences, and Events Harassment Statement

In proceedings of the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM), ACNM strives to maintain professional environments and professional interactions where people are treated with dignity, decency, and respect – an environment characterized by mutual trust and the absence of intimidation, oppression, and exploitation. ACNM will not tolerate unlawful discrimination or harassment of any kind. ACNM will not tolerate negative biases and racial stereotypes from any party including staff, volunteers, speakers, guests, members, contractors, military, government, and industry representatives. Breaches of these policies by third party vendors would be cause for disciplinary action and/or cancellation of said contract at the discretion of the CEO. The ACNM Harassment Policy and Position Statement on Racism and Racial Bias can be found on the ACNM website.