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CALM Regional Hands-On Skill Weekend: Bay Area
Get the continuing education credits and the hands-on skills you want, without long travel and expensive lodging!
We’re skipping awards ceremonies, business meetings and expensive travel! We are focusing on topics that matter most in midwifery continuing education to include interactive learning and connecting with our community and educators in person.
Join us in the Bay Area as we kickoff our CALM Regional Workshops Pilot.
You spoke, we listened! Topics designed to advance the skills you said you’d like the most in supporting the best possible client care, including:
Trauma- and Resilience-Informed Care
Your vision for quality care plan to optimize client experiences for California families -- a facilitated workshop
Each presenter and their presentation has been carefully vetted to ensure the materials, teaching methods, case studies, and approaches are inclusive of both midwives of color and families of color. CALM is actively working to seek a diverse group of trainers as well as mentor future trainers to disseminate our knowledge widely across the community of California midwives. Interested in joining our training team? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feb 2 - 3
8:30am - 6pm Saturday and Sunday, with the option to gather for an informal dinner Saturday night at a local restaurant.
Marina Community Center
15301 Wicks Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94579
Special CALM member pricing:
$447 for two full days**
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$698 for two full days
$247 for two full days
IMPORTANT: Space is very limited for this Bay Area pilot. Please register now to guarantee your space. Priority will be given to CALM members. Unable to attend because of a birth? Your registration will be transferable to a next CALM regional conference.
The California Association of Midwives recognizes the contributions that midwives of color make to the improvement of prematurity rates, infant mortality rates, breastfeeding rates, and maternal mental health for families within California. We recognize the dedication midwives of color have to their clients who often live in underserved, marginalized, and disenfranchised communities. California Association of Midwives is committed to furthering the professional development of midwives and students of color. We are pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships for the 2019 Conference. Contact Jocelyn at email@example.com for details.
** 16 continuing education credits applied for. Watch here for updates on final CEUs awarded.
Can’t make it to the Bay Area? Join us for one of our other regional workshops coming soon:
San Diego; Sacramento; LA
CALM would like to thank the following event sponsors: