Our previous fellows have done their international rotations in the following geographical areas:
The Physicians for Reproductive Health Leadership Training Academy prepares physicians to become lifelong leaders in reproductive health advocacy. Through an intensive program, the Academy helps its Fellows develop and internalize the skills and attributes they need to be powerful, effective advocates for comprehensive reproductive and sexual health care.
This four-week rotation is open our fellows and takes place twice a year in conjunction with the International Committee for Contraceptive Research (ICCR) meeting in New York City. The rotation offers the selected fellow the opportunity to participate in various aspects of contraceptive development research and interact with international experts through observation, meetings, and site visits.
As of 2017, the WHO placement is now available to fellows as an elective rotation. This rotation with WHO’s Reproductive Health and Research Department (Team for Promoting Family Planning) in Geneva, Switzerland, offers fellows a 6-8 week opportunity to participate in projects such as:
The Advocacy Rotation at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) presents a unique opportunity for fellows to work with ACOG’s strategies for health equity department within the ACOG Advocacy Division. The department encompasses several programs and committees united by a deep commitment to improving access to comprehensive health care. This placement includes 4 weeks of hands-on work at ACOG headquarters in Washington, DC and offers fellows the opportunity to gain insight and perspective in ACOG’s role in advocating for women’s health.
ACOG’s Annual Congressional Leadership Conference (CLC) - the President's Conference - provides ob-gyns like you the opportunity to build and maintain lasting relationships with your U.S. Senators and Representative, making you one of our most important assets on Capitol Hill.
This popular advocacy event includes:
Fellows who are primarily interested in domestic healthcare and policy, and/or who cannot travel internationally have the option of completing a low-resource domestic setting alternative. Current sites include: Alabama, Mississippi, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.