Calling all midwifery schools and programs! The MAST: Midwifery Accreditation Support Track program is for YOU! Is your school/program currently accredited through Midwives Education Accreditation Council (MEAC)? Are you thinking about seeking MEAC accreditation? We have resources for every phase of the accreditation journey. Get involved now - let's work together. The MAST program has multiple support options. It can be tailored to fit your needs. Since your needs may evolve throughout your accreditation journey, check back often to see how else we can help you!
The First step - the mast application
Your first step in participating in the MAST program is to complete an application that will take approximately 5-10 minutes of your time. This will tell us more about your needs and strengths, so that your Accreditation Doula can reach out to you to offer tailored support.
Your Accreditation Doula is here for you during every step of the accreditation process to help connect you with information, resources, encouragement, and peer evaluation. Click here to contact your Accreditation Doula!
peer to Peer Consultation & Review
Imagine having a trusted colleague you can reach out to for inspiration and support on your accreditation journey. The fundamental basis of the MAST program (and accreditation in general) is the peer to peer component. This exciting option allows midwifery programs to be supported by existing accredited programs and schools to inspire each other along the journey to accreditation.
Now that you've learned about the MAST Application, the Accreditation Doula, and the Peer to Peer component of MAST, click here to find out more about our other exciting resources, like consultants, webinars, and social media options for connecting on the "Resources" page.
Liability Disclaimer: MAST: Midwifery Accreditation Support Track is a support program administered through the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC) in collaboration with the Association of Midwifery Educators (AME). Participation in this program is voluntary and does not guarantee success in the accreditation process. Use of resources provided, including consultants and peer-to-peer mentorship program, is at your own risk. MEAC and AME are not responsible for the outcomes of resources used.