program on women's healthcare effectiveness research
Program on Women's Healthcare Effectiveness Research

A collaboration toward justice in medicine

RJ Med Ed is an ongoing, multidisciplinary collaboration, dedicated to designing and implementing a Reproductive Justice curriculum in all levels of medical education.

Recognizing a gap in physician training, the project aims to incorporate a historical background on reproductive injustices into existing curricula, and develop tools and exercises that better prepare and empower physicians to change the future of care for the better.

The project was initiated in 2016 with the formation of an advisory board of activists, advocates, scholars, and experts in Reproductive Justice, who together generated a larger pool of collaborators to collectively identify priority topics and pedagogical values.

Our network of contributing voices continues to grow.

Reproductive Justice The human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities. SisterSong

RJ Med Ed defers to SisterSong's definition of Reproductive Justice.