Central Midwives' Board


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31 July 1902
The Midwives Act instigated the creation of a Central Midwives' Board to formulate practice requirements and gave midwives a separate and limited sphere of influence (though not quite the professional standing that Elizabeth Cellier had...
25 November 1902
The Central Midwives' Board was constituted by an order in council.
6 February 1918
The Midwives (Ireland) Act created a Central Midwives' Board by which all practising midwives were required to be certified and registered.
The Central Midwives' Board laid down new rules to govern British midwives' practice of their profession.