Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)


Medical Students for Choice is dedicated to ensuring that men and women receive the full range of reproductive healthcare choices. MSFC recognizes that one of the greatest obstacles to safe and legal abortion is the absence of trained providers. As medical students and residents, we work to make reproductive health care, including abortion, a part of standard medical education and residency training.

We strive to:

  • Support medical student advocacy and programming.
  • Support and advance education among medical students and the public about all aspects of reproductive health.
  • Improve reproductive health curricula.

Club Activities 2018

September - Reproductive Skills Night

Join us for a simulation night co-hosted by OB/GYN IG to learn how to perform a Manual Vacuum Aspiration along with vaginal delivery, IUD placement, and other skills!

October - MSFC Student Opportunities Panel

During this lunch talk, you'll get to hear from fourth-year students, who previously participated in the RHE and ATI, discuss their experiences and offer advice about applying to externship opportunities.

Past MSFC Events

ASU Law Liberty Project/UACOMP MSFC Mixer

Mixer with ASU law students from the Liberty Project, along with physicians, and residents who support access to reproductive health.

Women's Health Week Lunch Talk

Lunch talk with a reproductive specialist as part of Women's Health Week co-hosted with OB/GYN IG.

MSFC Conference on Family Planning

UA-COMP students attended the 2017 Annual Conference on Family Planning held in Phoenix!

Reproductive Rights Advocacy Lunch Talk

As part of Women's Health Week on campus, Kelley Dupps, Public Policy Manager at Planned Parenthood AZ discussed the current state of reproductive health legislation in Arizona.

MVA Papaya Workshop

As part of the OB/GYN SIM night, MSFC sponsored a Manual Vacuum Aspiration workshop, led by residents from local OB/GYN residencies.

Alex Meilech, Class of 2022

Amanda Tjitro, Class of 2022

Faculty Advisor: Rebecca Fisher, PhD

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