What We Do
RHAP organizes more than 1,300 primary care clinicians in 44 states and Washington, D.C., connecting clinicians to training opportunities and engaging them in local and national advocacy.
A year-long clinical fellowship that develops leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum women’s reproductive health care within family medicine.
Provides intensive support for primary care clinicians integrating management of early pregnancy loss into their practice and teaching settings.
Provides intensive support for primary care clinicians to overcome barriers to offering abortion services in critically underserved areas.
Integrates comprehensive reproductive health care into student-run free clinics, simultaneously expanding access to this care for the uninsured while training the next generation of clinicians in evidence based, patient-centered reproductive health care.
Go-to references for clinicians who want to provide abortion, contraceptive, and miscarriage care within the primary care setting. Search over 300 clinical resources in our Resource Library. Monthly clinical publications and Contraceptive Pearls and Insights into Abortion and Miscarriage Care.
Tools for clinicians to use with their patients, including posters, contraception user guides, and fact sheets on topics including contraception options, emergency contraception, early abortion options, and miscarriage treatment options. RHAP’s educational materials are all evidence-based, written at low literacy levels, and available in multiple languages for free download or for purchase in high-quality prints through our Store.
We publish clinically relevant and innovative research in abortion, contraception and miscarriage care with an aim to shed light on issues of access to reproductive health and primary care training in reproductive health.
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