Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
 

Seeking qualified and experienced parties to review the Midwife standards for practice

03 Jun 2014

National Board extends closing date for request for tender to review the Midwife standards for practice.

Seeking qualified and experienced parties to review the Midwife standards for practice – extended closure date

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (National Board) has extended the closing date for a request for tender (RFT) to review the Midwife standards for practice.

In this RTF, the National Board is seeking suitably qualified and experienced parties to review the Midwife standards for practice incorporating a review of the existing National competency standards for the midwife.

Since the National competency standards for the midwife were developed, there have been substantial developments in both the role and scope of practice of the registered midwife across Australia. These changes, together with the model of education and training leading to registration, and the regulatory framework within which registration and enrolment of nurses and midwives occurs has progressed markedly.

The recent move to a national system of regulation and accreditation of health related courses provides the catalyst for a review of the Midwife standards for practice to make sure they reflect contemporary practice and appropriate educational preparation.

The closing date for formal responses/bids to the Request for Tender as per details in the RFT document has been extended to 2pm AEST Monday 14 July 2014.

For further information regarding the tender documents, please contact Dr Jocelyn Small, Programme Manager, Nursing and Midwifery, National Board Services at nmbafeedback@ahpra.gov.au.

 
 
 
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