With the expected addition of 30 million newly insured patients to the primary care system under the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. health system will need additional clinicians trained to provide a broad range of sexual and reproductive health services.

  • To be effective, all members of the interprofessional primary care team will need to provide or support evidence- based and competency-based sexual and reproductive health care to women and men.
  • The Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, in collaboration with other non-profit, foundation, and agency partners, has developed the Sexual and Reproductive Health Workforce Project. The project's purpose is to increase the availability of and access to high-quality sexual and reproductive health care in the United States.