Reproductive Health Fellowship

Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship

This one-year fellowship aims to develop leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum reproductive health care, including abortion, within primary care. The fellowship is full-time, based at Cambridge Health Alliance and run in collaboration with the Reproductive Health Access Project. The fellow works closely with faculty and residents from the Tufts CHA Family Medicine Residency Program to develop clinical, academic and advocacy skills.  The fellow spends one year as a “trainer in training,” learning to perform full spectrum reproductive health procedures, integrate these services into primary care settings and teach these procedures to others.  Fellows develop teaching skills through leading didactic sessions for medical students and residents and by presenting at academic meetings.  Advocacy experience is gained by partnering with primary care and reproductive health organizations on projects which increase access to reproductive health care.  For more information please visit the fellowship webpage at: Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship.

Mobile MediCards

Social media icons.

concise reference materials to improve patient care, now available on your smartphone

Center for Information Mastery

An electronic tablet user touches the tablet screen.

incorporating the principles of evidence-based medicine in day-to-day patient care