Hosted by: If When How
Continuing Legal Education
In just a year since the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs, anti-abortion policymakers have restricted, criminalized, and banned abortion in states across the country–impacting people seeking abortion and those providing it.
If/When/How, Physicians for Reproductive Health, and Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health came together to offer guidance on how to Do Less Harm in a Post-Dobbs World. In this recorded training, advocates will learn how reproductive justice relates to professional codes of ethics, the legal and medical overviews of self-managed abortion, young people’s access to care, and how criminalized pregnancy loss cases are tried.
Featured speakers include Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi of Pegasus Health Justice Center, Anna Brown of Nurses for Sexual & Reproductive Health, and Farah Diaz-Tello, Jeryl Hayes, Lauren Paulk, Yveka Pierre, and Rebecca Wang of If/When/How.
The training is open to all, but is specifically tailored to nurses, doctors, and attorneys and will offer CLE credit, CME credit, and CNE credit.
To sign up for If/When/How’s Training Center and access the recording, visit our Training Center and click “Enroll Me.” Once your account is approved, you will be able to view the Do Less Harm in a Post-Dobbs World training (as well as other trainings)!