Professionalism is an essential set of attitudes and behaviours expected of midwives throughout all stages of their careers, including their time as learners. As members of a self-regulating profession, midwives are entrusted to maintain professional accountability to themselves, clients in their care, colleagues, and their profession.

Click here for more information on Midwifery Education Program’s Student Guide to Professionalism.

You can find more resources on Professionalism through the Faculty of Health Sciences ‘Professionalism in Clinically Based Education’ office at: