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Apr 21

Developing Physician Advocates

RHAP’s Reproductive Health and Advocacy Fellowship aims to develop clinical leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum women’s reproductive healthcare within family medicine. One of the way they develop these skills is through regional and national advocacy. Our Fellow, Zahra Virani, MD was recently part of a group of physicians who traveled to Washington, DC as…

Apr 14

Apply Now for the Miscarriage Care Initiative

Applications are now being accepted for our 2015-2016 Miscarriage Care Initiative. The Miscarriage Care Initiative expands access to evidence-based, patient-centered miscarriage care in primary care settings. Grantees will receive intensive support from RHAP to integrate and expand miscarriage treatment in their primary practice. Grantees become a part of a learning collaborative and receive clinical training,…

Apr 07

Expanding and Strengthening our Network

As part of Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP)’s 10th anniversary celebrations, we are proud to share with you the re-launch of our Reproductive Health Access Network! RHAP first launched the Network in 2007 as the Family Medicine Reproductive Health Network, a group of 125 family clinicians dedicated to expanding access to abortion care in family…

Mar 10

Answering challenging abortion questions

March 10 is Abortion Provider Appreciation Day.  Abortion providers often face misunderstandings about the work they do and the environment they work in. To show our appreciation for abortion providers we are addressing one such abortion myth. At a recent organizational retreat RHAP’s Medical Director, Linda Prine, MD, fielded the following challenging question: “Do primary care clinicians…

Mar 07

A special screening of Vessel

On February 19, RHAP hosted a special screening of the documentary Vessel in collaboration with the New School’s Sex-E Collective and Global Studies Program. Vessel follows the work of activist Dr. Rebecca Gomperts and the organization Women on Waves as they work to expand access to safe abortion care across the globe. Over a hundred people…

Jan 09

Meet the Reproductive Health Care Advocacy Fellows

The Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship is a 1-year program that develops and fosters clinical leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care within family medicine. Fellows spend the year as teachers in training, learning to perform and teach reproductive health care procedures. Here are our 2014-2015 Fellows! Dr. Zahra Virani, M.D.…

Dec 30

2014 by the Numbers

There are only 2 more days to make a tax-deductible donation to the Reproductive Health Access Project in 2014. Your gift will fund our efforts to train and support primary care clinicians as they provide abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care to women across the country. A group of generous donors has agreed to match all donations, up…

Dec 16

The Year in Review

2014 has been a year full of building and re-building. Many of the seeds that the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) has long been planting have started to grow and blossom. We’ve also taken a careful, deep look at one of our longest standing programs, to make it stronger and healthier. In 2012-13 we undertook…