Join the Society’s upcoming learning community

The Society of Family Planning Research Fund is seeking participants to join a time-limited learning community for researchers focused on key methodological and conceptualization questions in research on abortion access. The learning community will provide space for deep discussion and engagement around how research practice must transform in response to anticipated seismic shifts in the US legal abortion landscape. 

The objectives of this discussion space are:

  • To develop conceptual models of abortion navigation and obtainment;
  • To incubate new approaches to capturing harm, disparities, and access; and 
  • To explore methodological challenges and opportunities presented by a more fragmented service delivery landscape.

Selected individuals will join grantees from the Society’s recent funding opportunity to discuss a series of key questions and workshop issues sourced from research underway and in development. If you are interested in joining the learning community, please express your interest by May 22nd at 11:59 pm ET.

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