An Open Letter to the MEAC Board of Directors From AROMidwifery

The National College of Midwifery is encouraging preceptors and alumni to write letters to the MEAC board of directors using the following language: “I am writing to voice my strong opposition to your proposed ban on all out of country clinicals for MEAC students.” Their suggested letter template is not only inaccurate in calling this a proposed “ban,” but this act by NCM is also divisive and fails to acknowledge the careful process that has led to MEAC’s proposed moratorium.

The suggested statement is divisive in that it forces an unneeded dichotomy of extremes. One “camp” decries all out-of-country service learning activities as unethical and the other “camp” assumes that these activities are mutually beneficial for students and the communities they serve. READ MORE HERE

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