Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship
This one-year fellowship aims to develop leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care within family medicine. Fellowship positions are currently available in the following locations:
- Malden, MA
- Ann Arbor, MI
- New Brunswick, NJ
- New York, NY
- Seattle, WA
Fellows will participate in the following activities:
- Fellows will spend one year as a “trainer in training,” learning to perform reproductive health procedures, including abortion.
- Fellows will spend ~20 days at a high volume abortion site.
- Fellows will work at a family medicine site seeing primary care patients.
- Fellows will develop teaching skills by precepting residents, giving presentations during residency didactic sessions, and providing reproductive health training opportunities for medical students.
- Fellows will learn how to teach reproductive health procedures to others and become an abortion trainer.
- Fellows will work on academic projects with a goal of presenting at academic meetings and writing for publication.
- Fellows will develop advocacy skills through participation in the Reproductive Health Access Network, involvement in the American Academy of Family Physicians, and through partnerships with other reproductive justice, health, and rights organizations.
- Fellows will participate in an institutional advocacy project to promote equitable access to reproductive health care at their fellowship site.
- Fellows will apply to the Physicians for Reproductive Health’s Leadership Training Academy and participate if accepted.
To apply, please email the following materials to email@example.com. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until December 1st. Interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis upon receipt of application. Applicants are encouraged to apply early.
- Fellowship Application Form
- Cover letter with your reason for interest and career goals
- Curriculum vitae
- Three letters of reference (must either be on electronic letterhead with an electronic signature or a scanned pdf of the letter on letterhead with a signature). Letters should be e-mailed directly by the writer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants must be board-certified or board-eligible family physicians who will have completed residency training in the United States by August 1, 2021. Candidates should have the appropriate state licenses before the start date of the fellowship. Recent graduates and mid-career physicians are eligible. Candidates need not be fully trained in reproductive health procedures.
RHAP seeks to train a diverse community of leaders. High priority will be given to applicants who plan to
- Identify as a member of a group that has been historically excluded in medicine;
- Plan to provide abortion care in an abortion provider shortage area;
- Plan to provide abortion training to other trainees;
- Actively engage in reproductive health advocacy and speak publicly about being an abortion provider.
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