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Curriculum Reform Working Group

For many reasons, reproductive health topics are often missing from the curriculum in US health professions programs.

The result? Students become health care professionals without the training they need to provide high-quality, comprehensive patient care.

The Curriculum Reform Working Group represents professionals working in non-profit organizations, universities, and other institutions who are committed to improving the quality and quantity of reproductive health information included in health professions education.

Join the listserv to share your stories and learn more about reproductive health curriculum reform. Meetings are arranged periodically, often in conjunction with other professional conferences.

The Curriculum Reform Working Group was established in 2005 by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) and Ibis Reproductive Health .

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