Rhonda Lee Grantham is an Indigenous Midwife from the Cowlitz Nation, a Salish-Sahaptian tribe of SW WA that translates to “Seeker of the Medicine Spirit”. For over two decades, she has been actively catching babies and supporting programs within tribal communities, both at home and globally. As the founder of the Center for Indigenous Midwifery; she is guided by her lens as a cultural anthropologist and Native woman, along with her passions for global health, family wellness and culturally-centered care. She is honored to share stories, skills, and struggles in dedication of her organization's mission; "Strengthening indigenous communities by bridging access to health care resources and skills training, while honoring & reclaiming Indigenous midwifery care.”
This course has been approved by MEAC for 1.5 hours of continuing education. The MEAC approval number for this course is M1819-54-1229DE, and this approval is current through October 24th, 2020.
- Supporting Indigenous Midwifery Students
- MEAC Evaluation Questions
- MEAC Post-Test and CE Certificate
for MEAC CE Credit