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Individual Clinical Training

The Midwest Access Project’s Individual Clinical Training program improves the competency of clinicians to provide comprehensive reproductive health care services. MAP works with individual students, residents, physicians, and advanced practice clinicians in need of training. We learn about the individual, their professional goals, training needs, and desired training location. MAP pairs trainees with a reproductive health provider within MAP’s network of training sites throughout the Midwest, which provide in-depth clinical training and mentoring. Trainings can range from one-day observations to month-long, hands-on rotations.

Training topics include: sexual health history taking, informed consent, contraception, patient-centered contraception counseling, contraception device insertion and removal, comprehensive patient-centered pregnancy options counseling, abortion care, management of pregnancy loss, first trimester bleeding, and ectopic pregnancy. Other topics such as screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections and ultrasound are available.

 

Who We’ve Trained

Below is a chart of our individual trainee demographics from June 2007 to June 2017.

Trainees 2007-2017

First-hand trainee reviews of MAP’s Individual Clinical Training program can be seen on our Trainee Testimonials page.

 

To Apply for Training

Please download MAP’s Training Rotation Application (PDF). Completed forms should be emailed to info@midwestaccessproject.org as a PDF attachment with “MAP Training Rotation Application” in the subject line. For answers to more immediate inquiries, please call Kristie at 773.944.0594.

 

To Join MAP’s Network of Training Sites

Committed physicians and health care facilities with the capacity to educate and offer clinical training experiences in abortion care, contraception, miscarriage management, and pregnancy options counseling are welcome to email MAP at info@midwestaccessproject.org. Please send us your contact information, your capacity to provide training, and any questions you have.


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