Reproductive justice has never been assured in this country, but the threats to abortion access are more serious now than at any point in our lifetimes. Medical students offer a fresh and diverse perspective into the current realities of our system and are indispensable in the fight for reproductive health and abortion access. We offer the resources below to encourage, inspire and uplift the voices of future physicians.

Please check back often and share with your friends, colleagues, and classmates, resources will be updated regularly. Sign-up Here for updates from the AMSA Repro Project.

Action Opportunities for Members & Chapters

The AMSA Reproductive Health Project can coordinate film viewings and dynamic conversations with key thought leaders focusing on reproductive justice and abortion care. Explore these film offerings:

For more information please complete this short AMSA Repro – Film & Conversation Interest Form


Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Training Workshops

AMSA believes that abortion services are a vital component of reproductive health care; that physicians who provide abortion care are essential to our communities; and that their practice should legally protected and available to all in need in regardless of how much they earn, who they work for, or what state they live in.  

The AMSA Abortion Care & Reproductive Health Project is dedicated to advancing these values, and is pleased to offer virtual drop-in workshops for individuals and on-site group Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) clinical skills training opportunities for AMSA medical student members.  


  • Join APAMSA & AMSA Repro Drop-In MVA “Papaya” Workshop – Online March 12 from 7:30-9:00pmET
    Register Here by March 3
      Note: You must have a U.S. mailing address we can ship supplies to, and be able to purchase a papaya to practice on locally to participate.  

Interested in arranging a virtual or in-person MVA Workshop
for your AMSA Chapter or School?

Please complete the short form at this link and we’ll be in touch with details.