NASPAG'S Response to Texas Senate Bill 8

NASPAG’s mission is to advocate for the reproductive well-being of children and adolescents and the provision of unrestricted, unbiased, and evidence-based practice of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. The Texas Senate Bill 8 undermines the ability of Pediatric and Adolescent health care providers to align with NASPAG’s mission. This bill impacts critical reproductive health care, which undoubtedly will disproportionately impact those with poorest resources and access to care. This is one of the most restrictive abortions bans in the US, making abortion illegal with no exceptions for rape, sexual abuse, incest, or fetal anomaly diagnosis.  

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Funding Opportunity!!

The NASPAG Research Committee 
is
pleased to announce two Young
Investigator Research Awards of
$1,500 each. 
 
The goal of the grants is to enhance 
pediatric and adolescent gynecology
care and research. While these awards
are aimed at current fellows in
Pediatric
and Adolescent Gynecology,
Adolescent Medicine, or a related
field, those who are in pre-fellowship
training or who have recently completed
training are also encouraged to apply. 
 
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10 Reasons to Join NASPAG


10. Reduced Registration Rate for the Annual Clinical & Research Meeting (ACRM)
 
9.  Subscription to JPAG:  

  • Recent Research
  • Mini-Reviews & Clinical Updates
  • Resident Education
  • Topics for the Allied HCP
  • Challenging Cases & Book Reviews
  • Medical and Surgical Aspects of PAG
  • Opinions and Controversies

8.  Access to PAG Educational Materials
7.  Access to our Listserv for expert opinions and case discussions
6.  Access to the NASPAG Research Consortium
5.  Access to clinical recommendations and guidelines
4.  Access to ICD-10 coding advice for PAG
3.  Support resources for PAG practice
2.  Be a Part of an Incredible Network - NASPAG Members are its Greatest Asset!
1.  There are MORE than 10 REASONS

 
NASPAG's Anti-Racism Task Force


The anti-racism task force is a product of the larger racial reckoning movement in America, developed to put forth a consistent effort toward becoming an anti-racist organization. The goal is to foster community, mentorship and leadership development for providers from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. In addition, we aim to further the education of NASPAG members to strive for anti-racism within our medical and surgical fields. Our hope is that this task force will serve as a model for other minority groups in NASPAG to develop similar communities.

We are working on several exciting projects! This includes:

  • 2021 virtual lecture series
  • Mentorship program
  • Future ACRM gatherings and plenary sessions
  • Highlighting research on racial inequity and health disparities at ACRM and JPAG