036-3 Wyo. Code R. § 3-3 - License by Education

Current through April 9, 2022

(a) Eligibility. An applicant may seek licensure through education if the applicant has graduated from a midwifery education program accredited by MEAC or a similar successor organization.
(b) Application Requirements. The applicant shall provide the Board with evidence of successful completion of Board approved courses in the treatment of respiratory distress in newborns, pharmacology, the treatment of shock, intravenous therapy, and suturing specific to midwives as follows:
(i) Treatment of respiratory distress in newborns- current certification in neonatal resuscitation obtained through completion of American Heart Association approved cardiopulmonary resuscitation courses and American Academy of Pediatrics approved neonatal resuscitation courses;
(ii) Pharmacology specific to midwives-training obtained through completion of MEAC approved courses, or other courses sponsored by or approved by the Board which cover all drugs listed in the formulary;
(iii) Treatment of shock-training obtained through completion of MEAC approved courses or other courses approved by the Board;
(iv) Intravenous therapy-training obtained through completion of MEAC approved courses or other courses approved by the Board; and
(v) Suturing specific to midwives-training obtained through completion of MEAC approved courses or other courses approved by the Board.

Notes

036-3 Wyo. Code R. § 3-3
Adopted, Eff. 10/13/2016.

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