Resources for Administrators

file foldersAdministrators have a lot on the table! This list of resources should help to make your life a little easier! Here you will find topics that are of interest to administrators.

Starting a midwifery school? Before you begin, read You Can Eat an Elephant. This article summarizes the questions to ask yourself and the steps to undertake as you navigate the process.

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Accreditation

Achieving Compliance with Regulatory Agencies

BOOKS AND ARTICLES

WEBSITES

Attrition

BOOKS/ARTICLES

Admissions

NOTE: While most of the following resources are targeted towards colleges, some of the information found within them is appropriate for small midwifery programs as well.

BOOKS/ARTICLES

OTHER MEDIA

  • Admissions Plus Pro —This software streamlines the entire admissions process, handling everything from tracking initial inquiries to student acceptance and final enrollment.

WEBSITES

Board of Directors

Competency Based Education

BOOKS/ARTICLES

WEBSITES

Degrees

Developing Clinical Sites

BOOKS/ARTICLES

Education

Faculty Development

WEBSITES

  • University of Washington Faculty Room – this section provides strategies for accommodating learning differences and discusses the application of Universal Design principles to the classroom.

Financial Aid Resources

BOOKS/ARTICLES

Insurance (general)

Liability Insurance for Students

Management Systems

BOOKS/ARTICLES

WEBSITES

Marketing Midwifery as a Viable and Visible Career

Student Challenges

Student Grievances

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Disclaimer: All information contained on this page is intended to be used as a resource only. Although every attempt is made to provide quality references to the users of this site, the information has been provided by multiple sources and therefore the Association of Midwifery Educators (AME) does not assume liability for the accuracy or integrity of the information contained here. This information may or may not meet any regulatory or accrediting requirements and is not intended for that purpose.