Thanks to those of you who joined us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship! There were about 120 supporters in the room who helped raise over $37,000 to support the expansion of the fellowship.
There is a national shortage of access to reproductive health services. While this has long been the case, access is becoming now more restrictive than ever. Family physicians are well-positioned to help ensure every community has access to contraception, abortion, and miscarriage care. But, presently family medicine residency programs do not provide adequate reproductive health training, making it paramount to have specialized fellowship training programs like ours.
The Reproductive Health Access Project aims to integrate full-spectrum reproductive health care into primary care by supporting and training clinicians to help them integrate abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care. And thanks to you, we can continue the work. THANK YOU!