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OBSSR Director's Webinar: Re-imagining What’s Possible: A Future Where Reproductive Justice is Achieved
The purpose of this session is to honor the work that has been done toward health equity and to move beyond reproductive health and rights to reproductive justice. Participants will vision about the blueprint for reproductive justice and focus attention on what we should be working toward.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the retrofit, reform, and reimagine framework.
2. Articulate concepts in the blueprint for reproductive justice.
3. Name areas in existing programming that can modified using above knowledge.

Several of the following principles will be highlighted as part of the discussion in addition to actionable strategies to build a strong and sustainable foundation for the future.

Principle 1: Ensure that Sexual and Reproductive Health Care is Accessible to All People
• Promote Comprehensive Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Domestically
• Use United States Leadership to Advance Sexual and Reproductive Health Globally
• Protect and Expand Access to Abortion Care Domestically and Globally
• Improve and Expand Access to Pregnancy Care
• Ensure Access to Qualified Providers

Principle 2: Ensure Discriminatory Barriers in Health Care are Eliminated
• Guarantee Access to Health Care Services and Coverage for All People
• Ensure Patients are Not Refused Health Care
• End Barriers to Care for Young People
• End Discriminatory Treatment of Immigrants
• Ensure Access to Care for People in Detention Settings

Principle 3: Ensure that Research and Innovation Advance Sexual and Reproductive
• Health, Rights, and Justice Now and in the Future Invest in Health System Innovation that Promotes Sexual and Reproductive Health
• Invest in Research & Development that Promotes Sexual and Reproductive Health

Principle 4: Ensure Health, Rights, Justice, and Wellness for All Communities
Principle 5: Ensure Judges and Executive Officials Advance Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

Mar 28, 2023 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Monica R. McLemore PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN
Professor, Child, Family, and Population Health Department and Interim Director for the Center for Anti-Racism in Nursing @University of Washington School of Nursing
Dr. Monica R. McLemore is a tenured professor in the Child, Family, and Population Health Department and the Interim Director for the Center for Anti-Racism in Nursing at the University of Washington School of Nursing. Prior to her arrival at UW, she was a tenured associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco and was named the Thelma Shobe Endowed Chair in 2021. She retired from clinical practice as a public health and staff nurse after a 28-year clinical nursing career in 2019, however, continues to provide flu and COVID-19 vaccines.
Reasonable Accommodation
Individuals who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event should contact Rachel Pisarski at rpisarski@scgcorp.com or 301-670-4990.