Miscarriage

Dec 03

RHAP Reading List

At RHAP, we throw ourselves into the work of bringing reproductive health care into primary care practices all over the country. And to keep ourselves motivated and inspired, we’re constantly reading for some perspective. Here’s what we recommend:  In The New York Times, Panic in Pakistani City After 900 Children Test Positive for H.I.V. –recommended…

Nov 20

RHAPpers Make the News!

Our Network members, Dr. Anna Lowell and Dr. Lin-Fan Wang, were recently featured in their local newspapers. Now more than ever, RHAP is committed to raising the voices of our reproductive health leaders, especially as practitioners of family medicine.   Dr. Lowell was profiled by the Tampa Bay Times for a story on Florida’s abortion…

Oct 22

Early Pregnancy Loss AKA Miscarriage

About 1 in 4 pregnancies end in early pregnancy loss, also known as miscarriage. When a pregnancy starts, cells divide fast to make an embryo, and sometimes errors occur. Your body notices this, and the pregnancy stops growing. It is almost never because of something you did.  At the Reproductive Health Access Project, we believe…

Sep 17

Join the Access Circle Today!

“Primary care providers are oftentimes the easiest route to access care for basic ailments such as a cold or getting a physical, so why shouldn’t they also be trained in reproductive health care so that they can provide better patient care?“ – Carol Holley Our monthly donor, Carol Holley, shared her personal story with our…

Sep 10

New Clinician Pack Available Now! 

The Clinician Pack is the newest addition to our online store! The Clinician Pack is a compiled set of the latest clinical tools to use in the exam room with your patients. Available in English, it includes the following tools on contraception, ectopic pregnancy, and early pregnancy loss (miscarriage) management: Quick Start Algorithm explains how…

Sep 07

Focus on a Cluster: Montana

In July, the Reproductive Health Access Network’s newest Cluster in Montana met for the first time. Thanks to the leadership of longtime RHAP member and reproductive health champion, Dr. Joey Banks, the Montana Cluster has gotten off the ground and is moving full speed ahead. The first meeting brought together 12 clinical advocates and activists from…

Sep 03

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…

Aug 27

Organize, Mobilize, and Magnify: Netroots Nation 2019

In July, RHAP’s National Organizer, Laura Riker, and Organizer, Hailey Broughton-Jones, headed to Philadelphia for Netroots Nation 2019.  Netroots Nation is one of the largest conventions dedicated to activism and social justice for the progressive movement. We were excited to dive into training sessions and focus on building our campaign and organizing skills. The conference is also…