AMSACon2023 Scholarships for Abortion Care & Reproductive Health Research Poster Presenters - Application Form
Ten scholarships are available to U.S. premedical and medical students who are AMSA members to present posters on abortion care related to reproductive justice, research, curriculum and training experiences, advocacy, etc. during the in-person Poster Session at the upcoming 73nd Annual AMSA Convention, June 15-17, 2023, in Phoenix, AZ.

All project posters presented must have a US focus or context. Scholarships will cover conference registration as well provide a $600 stipend for travel and hotel. 
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE -  Sunday, February 19, 2023 at 11:59pmPT

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES
  • Selected applicants will be notified on a rolling basis and no later than
    Sunday, March 5, 2023 at 11:59pmPT
  • Poster Abstract Submission Deadline - Monday, May 1, 2023
  • In-person Poster Session at AMSACon2023 - Friday, June 16 

For more information email Dr. Jeff Koetje (jkoetje@amsa.org) and Dr. Aliye Runyan (arunyan@amsa.org). Visit the AMSA Reproductive Health Project 
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Project Description - Do not submit your full poster abstract here. You will need to submit your abstract via AMSA's Poster Session abstract submission form. (250 word limit) *
Please provide a short reflection on how you have been and/or are currently involved in reproductive health, rights, and justice. How do you understand the connection(s) between abortion care, human and civil rights, democracy, and the social mission of medicine? (250 - 500 words) *
Reflecting on your own embodied "positionality," how do you think about and relate to socio-political power? For example, how do different aspects of your identity intersect with access to power/privilege or with systematic exclusion/oppression? (250 - 500 words) *
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