Jan 09

Meet the Reproductive Health Care Advocacy Fellows

The Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship is a 1-year program that develops and fosters clinical leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care within family medicine. Fellows spend the year as teachers in training, learning to perform and teach reproductive health care procedures. Here are our 2014-2015 Fellows! Dr. Zahra Virani, M.D.…

Nov 14

A Win! ACGME Guidelines Now Include Family Planning

Back in April the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education–the organization that sets the training standards and accredits all residency training programs in the United States–updated the training standards for Family Medicine. Instead of making the training requirements in women’s health stronger, they weakened them! Training in contraception was no longer required. In fact, family…

Jan 16

2013 is Going to be a Great Year!

Thank you! We met our year end fundraising match, and then some!  Supporters like you gave more to the Reproductive Health Access Project in 2012 than ever before.  This means we’ll be able to do even more in 2013.  We have lots of plans in store:  expanding our clinical training opportunities, creating new clinical tools…