Midwest Access Project promotes provider networking and community building. Through relationship building we share information, support providers in the field, create networking opportunities for current and future providers, and help to grow our training sites, thereby enabling more hands-on training.
In 2021, MAP will create a program to offer information, resources, skill building and mentorship to MAP clinical training alum to equip them to reduce barriers and increase access to full scope comprehensive reproductive health care in their communities, practices, and institutions. To begin, in October 2020 MAP created an advisory committee consisting of board, staff, MAP alum, providers, and advocates to help MAP ->
* identify barriers providers encounter to providing full scope reproductive health care;
* share promising strategies to reduce those barriers; and
* make recommendations for priority activities for the new program.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be involved.