License required for a person to practice nurse-midwifery. Nurse-midwifery means the management of care of a woman in normal childbirth, and the provision of prenatal, intrapartal, postpartal and nonsurgical contraceptive methods and care for the mother and the newborn. No person may practice or attempt to practice nurse-midwifery or use the title or letters "Certified Nurse-Midwife" or "C.N.M.", "Nurse-Midwife" or "N.M." or anything else to indicate that he or she is a nurse-midwife unless he or she is licensed by the Board of Nursing.
Regardless of the date of initial license, all licenses for this profession expire on February 28(29) of each even-numbered year
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For additional assistance with business-related license, permit and registration information, visit the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center at http://www.wisconsinsbdc.org or phone them at 608-263-7680.