The Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship is now accepting applications! This one-year fellowship is open to family physicians and aims to develop leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care within family medicine. We are recruiting for fellowship positions in New York City at the Institute for Family Health-affiliated residencies and one in Boston at the Tufts University Family Medicine Residency at Cambridge Health Alliance. Information on the Michigan Fellowship will be released later this fall.
Fellows will be “trainers in training,” learning to perform reproductive health procedures and how to teach these procedures to others. Fellows will develop leadership skills by giving presentations during the residency curriculum sessions, as well as at academic family medicine meetings and conferences. With guidance from the Reproductive Health Access Project, Fellows will participate in advocacy projects that promote access to reproductive health care in family medicine. In collaboration with residents and faculty, Fellows will work on research projects with the goal of preparing presentations for academic meetings and publications for family medicine journals.
Applications for the Reproductive Health and Advocacy Fellowship can only be submitted electronically and are due December 1. To apply, please email the following materials to email@example.com: a cover letter stating the reasons for interest and career goals, three references (must either be on electronic letterhead with an electronic signature or a scanned pdf of the letter on letterhead with a signature) and a curriculum vitae. We look forward to reading your applications!