Support Access for All

 

Sexual and reproductive health is an integral component of a person’s overall health and well-being, yet millions in the US lack sexual and reproductive healthcare (SRH) access, especially people who are low income, of color, LGBTQ, young, and/ or living in isolated rural areas. While nurses provide most reproductive and sexual health care services in the United States, this content is under-represented in nursing school education and continuing education programs.

To achieve universal access to comprehensive healthcare all nurses must: 

  • Have access to education in SRH, including abortion, from pre-licensure, to professional development opportunities for seasoned clinicians.

  • Understand how economic and socio-cultural factors impact patients’ sexual and reproductive lives.

  • Reflect the diversity of the communities they serve.

By providing nurses, midwives, and students of those professions with the education, professional development opportunities, and advocacy tools they need to serve as skilled SRH providers: NSRH is helping to further the vision for comprehensive healthcare for all.

Your support will help us continue to provide free membership, training, and support to our Nursing Student Chapter Members and affordable access to our professional nurses.

 

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