Accepting Applications for 2020 Fellows


 Our Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship is now accepting applications for 2020-2021 fellows. This year-long fellowship is an intensive clinical training program that develops family medicine leaders who provide, teach, and advocate for comprehensive reproductive health care. We are recruiting for four positions: two in New York City, one in Boston, and one in Washington State.

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.

Applicants must be board-certified or board-eligible family physicians who will have completed residency training in the United States by August 1, 2020. Recent graduates and mid-career physicians are eligible. Candidates need not be fully trained in reproductive health procedures.

Applications for the Fellowship can only be submitted electronically and are accepted on a rolling basis until December 1, 2019. To apply, please email the following materials to Fellowship Application Form, Personal Statement with your reason for interest and career goals, curriculum vitae, three letters of reference (must be emailed directly by the writer and either be on electronic letterhead with an electronic signature or a scanned pdf of the letter on letterhead with a signature).

You can learn more about the application process on our website.

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