In addition to the list of family medicine residencies that offer abortion training, the following organizations provide opportunities and resources for abortion training.

Medical Students for Choice’s Training to Competence Externship program provides residents with financial and logistical support for receiving clinical abortion training outside of their program’s standard curriculum.

Innovating Education in Reproductive Health cultivates clinicians who offer high-quality, patient-centered, comprehensive reproductive healthcare by generating, curating, and disseminating novel curricula, learning tools, and research for educators.

Midwest Access Project works with medical students, residents, and practicing clinicians to provide comprehensive reproductive health education through a network of providers in and around the Midwest.

National Abortion Federation (NAF) connects students, residents, physicians in practice, and other health care providers with abortion training that meets their needs, often with NAF member facilities.

Reproductive Health Access Project provides post-graduate training and support for primary care clinicians.

Training in Early Abortion for Comprehensive Healthcare (TEACH) is an academic-community partnership that offers curricula and resources to integrate abortion training and services into primary care.

Fellowships in Family Medicine:

Fellowship in Family Planning is a two-year fellowship focused on subspecialist training in research, teaching and clinical practice in abortion and contraception. Click here for a listing of sites in Ob/Gyn and Family Medicine.

Reproductive Health Advocacy Project Fellowships is a one-year fellowship which aims to develop leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care within family medicine.

Rutgers Reproductive Health Fellowship in Family Medicine is a one-year fellowship with the goal of developing leaders in women’s reproductive health care, education, research and advocacy.

TEACH Leadership Fellowship is a year-long fellowship that focuses on developing primary care leadership, advocacy skills, teaching and research capacity, as well as advanced clinical practice in early abortion and comprehensive reproductive and sexual health care.

Maternal and Child Health Fellowship at the University of New Mexico is a two-year fellowship offered in collaboration with UNM Ob/Gyn and Pediatrics Departments and includes advanced clinical training in maternity, newborn care as well as abortion care.

For more information on additional training opportunities, please contact info@rhedi.org.