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Page updated 9/3/14

Guidelines for Documentation of Clinical Experiences on Client Charts

How to Complete NARM Skills & How to Complete Clinicals: NCM Handbook/Catalog (ASM Clinical Section)

Clinical Record Forms:

Duration of Clinical Experience (minimum 2 years)

INSTRUCTIONS
Form #12: CLINICAL REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY SHEET
OBSERVER
Form #1: 10 Births as an Observer (all births must have been within 10 years of taking the NARM exam)

ASSISTANT UNDER SUPERVISION

Form #2: 25 Prenatals Exams as Assistant (including 3 Initial Prenatals) 
Form #3: 20 Births as Assistant (At least 18 of the 20 Births as Assistant completed prior to starting Form #9: Births as Primary)
Form #4: 20 Newborn Exams as Assistant
Form #5: 10 Postpartum Exams as Assistant
PRIMARY UNDER SUPERVISION
Form #6: 30 Well Woman/Family Planning as Primary Under Supervision
Form #7: 20 Initial Prenatals as Primary Under Supervision
Form #8: 55 Prenatals as Primary Under Supervision
Form #9: 25 Births as Primary as Primary Under Supervision 
Form #10: 20 Newborn Exams as Primary Under Supervision
Form #11: 40 Postpartum Exams as Primary Under Supervision
NARM SKILLS FORM

NARM Form 200: Continuity of Care: All of these 5 Births as Primary Under Supervision must include Full Continuity. Each must include 5 prenatals spanning 2 trimesters, the birth, newborn exam, and 2 postpartum exams.  Only approved NCM Preceptors may sign this form in the spaces marked "Witness." (please check NARM's website for the most up-to-date forms: http://narm.org/equivalency-applicants/meac-download-application-forms/)

NEW ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT as of 1/2013:

MEAC Continuity of Care Documentation Form (please complete one of these forms for each of the 5 Continuity of Cares listed on the NARM form 200. Do not send this form to NCM. Save it and send it to NARM as part of your NARM exam application packet)

These documentation forms are to be used in lieu of the client charts for the applications of students in MEAC-accredited programs. This form has been accepted by NARM and therefore will now be required by MEAC for all students.
This new form contains the new NARM requirements for continuity of care.
Please note that the NARM applications office reserves the right to request verification (audit) of any information submitted with student applications, including charts of the continuity of care clients.

NARM Form 204: Out of Hospital Birth: 10 of the Births as Primary Under Supervision must be in an out of hospital setting, and must occur within 3 years of taking the NARM Exam.   Only approved NCM Preceptors may sign this form in the spaces marked "Witness."(please check NARM's website for the most up-to-date forms: http://narm.org/equivalency-applicants/meac-download-application-forms/ )
NARM Form 102: Birth Experience Background (please check NARM's website for the most up-to-date forms: http://narm.org/equivalency-applicants/meac-download-application-forms/ )
NCM students are NOT required to complete NARM Form 230: Out of Country Birth Sites.