Peer Practice Review

Each registration year CMBC selects midwives who have been registered to practice for a year or more in British Columbia to undergo a practice review for the purpose of providing peer feedback. The purpose of the review is to identify opportunities for professional development and provide support and direction as needed in order to meet CMBC policies and standards. Peer practice review includes a review of documentation, chart-stimulated recall and a post-review discussion with an assessor in accordance with the Policy on Peer Practice Review (under development). Following the review, the assessor provides feedback to the midwife whose practice was the subject of the practice review and to the Panel appointed by the QA Committee.