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Individual Clinical Training

Individual Clinical Training

The Midwest Access Project offers Individual Clinical Training using an innovative approach that addresses the clinical, legal, and public health aspects of reproductive health. Through a network of providers in and around Chicago, MAP works with medical students, residents, and practicing clinicians to provide comprehensive reproductive health training. MAP’s established training program can incorporate any of the following services: early aspiration abortion, medical abortion, pregnancy options counseling, pelvic contraception, ultrasound, and STI/HIV testing and care.

Learn more about MAP’s Individual Clinical Training.

APPLY NOW: Individual Clinical Training Form
Download and fill out the form linked above.
Email the PDF to info@midwestaccessproject.org as an attachment
with MAP ICT FORM in the subject line.

 


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Provider & Community Education

Provider & Community Education

The Midwest Access Project’s Provider & Community Education initiative offers education and didactic sessions on women’s reproductive healthcare to community groups, students, residents, advance practice clinicians, and providers in order to increase knowledge of comprehensive reproductive healthcare. Lectures and workshops on women’s health, civil rights and liberties, community health, and adolescent health and education are given at medical schools, national and local conferences, and local community events.

Learn more about MAP’s Provider & Community Education initiatives.

 


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Regional Collabortion

Regional Collabortion

The Midwest Access Project’s Regional Collaboration initiatives are designed to expand availability and access to reproductive health clinical training and education within the Midwest, through advocacy and networking of reproductive health trainers and educational organizations. MAP uses a newsletter to share knowledge and disseminate resources to healthcare providers, trainers, trainees, and community members. Subscribe to MAP Mail today!

Learn more about MAP’s Regional Collaboration initiatives.

 


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