This workshop aims to help learners identify priorities for future practice and consider how those priorities impact incorporating family planning and abortion into their career.
- Name several pathways through which abortion and family planning can be integrated into practice after residency
- Prioritize factors affecting your job search process
- Consider how abortion and family planning will play a role in your future career
How to use these materials
Begin by reviewing the Planning for a Career in Abortion and Family Planning brochure. The Career Planning Quiz can be used to help learners identify how their preferences intersect with abortion integraiton in practice. After completing the Career Planning Quiz, break into small groups and review Snap Shots: Success Stories. Ask each member of the group to identify one pathway to incorporate family planning into practice.
Click here to download Planning for a Career that Integrates Abortion and Family Planning iBook.
- Obstacles to the integration of abortion into obstetrics and gynecology practice. Freedman, Lori, Uta Landy, Philip Darney, and Jody Steinauer, “Obstacles to the integration of abortion into obstetrics and gynecology practice,” Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health 42, no. 3 (2010): 146-151.
- Predictors of abortion provision among practicing obstetrician-gynecologists: a national survey. Steinauer, Jody, Uta Landy, Heidi Filippone, Douglas Laube, Philip D. Darney, and Rebecca A. Jackson, “Predictors of abortion provision among practicing obstetrician-gynecologists: a national survey,” American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 198, no. 1 (2008): 39-e1.