Central Midwives Board

Central Midwives Board

One of the three statutory bodies for England and Wales that controlled the practice, education and training of midwives before the handover of its functions to new statutory bodies in 1983.
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A supporter of District Nursing, a pioneer in the registration of midwives, and the Queen's Institute representative on the Central Midwives Board from 1925-1951, she married Bruce Richmond, editor of TLS, in 1913.

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