Medical student activists are the foundation of the organization and integral to the success of MSFC: assessing campus needs; organizing fellow students around these needs; filling the gaps in curriculum through educational events; promoting MSFC programming opportunities to classmates; and working with administrators to officially add abortion and family planning to the medical school curriculum. Join our network of medical students and residents around the United States and internationally. Medical students continue to make up the majority of our board leadership.
As a student leader, you are part of an international organization with over 13,000 members.
Get Involved Are you interested in joining the MSFC movement? Be part our network of student leaders who are working around the world to train themselves and their peers on abortion and family planning!
Event Resources Planning to host an event? We have a wide-ranging catalog of event guides where you can find ideas and resources for a variety of reproductive health topics, as well as a video library, and ally organization resources.
Curriculum Reform Many MSFC chapters have successfully advocated for the inclusion of abortion and reproductive health education into their curricula, and you can too! Click here if you want to learn more about how to do it.
Guide to Leading Your Chapter On this guide you will find some of the most frequently asked questions about being a chapter leader, as well as advice and resources from staff and members.
Abortion Training We believe all medical students should receive exposure to comprehensive reproductive health care, including abortion. To support medical students’ efforts to receive this exposure we offer two training programs, find out more about them here.
Applying for Residency Interested in pursuing abortion training during residency? Here you can find more information about which programs currently offer such training, as well as a guide to help you assess prospective programs during the interview process.