Clinical Committee Member
The Reproductive Health Access Project mobilizes, trains, and supports clinicians to make reproductive health care accessible to everyone in the United States. We connect, develop, and support clinicians to become effective leaders promoting reproductive freedom. We develop practical, evidence-based, patient-centered clinical tools and resources that set a clinical standard in the U.S. and are used widely around the world. Our clinical training programs develop primary care clinicians who provide, advocate for, and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care. Our technical assistance programs creatively address barriers to providing high-quality abortion, contraception, and management of early pregnancy loss care in primary care settings. Through our national organizing and mobilizing, we are building a movement to change the way reproductive health care is provided.
As a member of the Clinical Committee, you work as part of a collaborative team of primary care clinicians to ensure that the Reproductive Health Access Project’s clinical tools, resources, and programs reflect the most up-to-date clinical evidence, the highest quality of care, and address emerging issues and technologies. Your clinical decision-making will be guided by RHAP’s organizational values, balancing the strength of the evidence, its impact on access to care, and patient-centeredness. You are proactive, forward-thinking, and patient-centered. You work quickly and collaboratively. You are open to new, creative ways of disseminating information.
- Regularly review clinical tools, resources, and educational materials to ensure they are evidence-based, well-written, and appropriate for their users.
- Help identify and develop future clinical tools and resources; identify any clinical tools or resources that should be retired.
- Provide support in evaluation and field testing of clinical tools and resources.
- Assess and make recommendations about the technology used to share clinical resources.
- Strategize how to expand the audience for the organization’s clinical tools and resources.
- Represent the organization at relevant clinical meetings and conferences.
- Attend monthly Clinical Committee coordinating meetings.
Over the course of a typical year, the Clinical Committee will, as a whole:
- Review and update all content related to one of the organization’s major content areas.
- Develop educational content for 1-2 core clinical topics.
- Help develop new clinical tools and resources that respond to emerging needs and RHAP’s strategic plan.
- Propose topics and review content for RHAP’s Contraceptive Pearls and Insights e-publications.
Over the next two years, the Reproductive Health Access Project will call on the Clinical Committee to review and update all its contraception and early pregnancy loss resources, with a particular focus on ensuring content is gender-inclusive and supports patient autonomy.
The Clinical Committee is coordinated by the organization’s Program Manager. Clinical Committee members will serve two-year terms.
Experience providing and teaching primary clinical care with an emphasis on reproductive health care. Knowledge and skills in clinical education techniques.
Community Familiarity: Experience working with both the reproductive health, rights, and justice communities, as well as an understanding of the dynamics between these communities and the primary care community is desired.
People Person: Enjoys talking to people, listening to people, and helping people through decision-making.
Self-direction: Takes initiative in what can sometimes feel like chaotic or ambiguous environments, and motivated to figure out solutions instead of waiting for directions.
Communications: Strong overall written and oral presentation skills, and the ability to communicate with people of various backgrounds and experiences.
Knowledge: Is a board-certified primary care physician, APRN, or Physician Assistant with training in reproductive health care.
Resilience: Able to withstand being exposed to biased, anti-abortion/reproductive rights beliefs and incidents from external sources and help community members facing similar challenges in their own advocacy.
Work hours & compensation
This is a remote consultant position compensated at the rate of $150/hr. It is expected that Clinical Committee members will work 5 – 10 hours a month on the Committee. Travel, lodging, membership fees, and registration will be covered when associated with the above tasks.
To apply for the position, submit a CV or resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any individual based on any non-merit factor and is committed to an equitable workplace where everyone is treated as a respected and valued member of the team. In fact, RHAP actively seeks to build and maintain a diverse staff with regard to race, sex, gender identity, age, ability, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation. In addition to federal law requirements, RHAP complies with applicable New York State and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.
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