Ryan Program

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The Kenneth J. Ryan Residency Training Program in Abortion and Family Planning (also known as the "Ryan Program"), founded in 1999, is a national program coordinated from the Bixby Center at the University of California, San Francisco. The program seeks to establish training opportunities for residents through outpatient abortion services in teaching hospitals or through collaborative community partners.[1]

Personnel

  • Callie Langton, Director, Policy and Programs (Jan. 2015 - present)[2]
  • Sangita Devaskar, Program Coordinator (July 2010 – August 2012)[3]
  • Nicholas Fogelson Was awarded a grant to develop and implement a Ryan Program while at the University of Hawaii (2005 - 2008)[4]
  • Kristin Simonson, Assistant Director of Program Development (May 2006 – Present)[5]
  • Elizabeth Ly, Specialist (October 2014 – Present)[6]

References

  1. Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health: Kenneth J. Ryan Residency Training Program in Abortion and Family Planning (accessed on May 8, 2015)
  2. LinkedIn: Callie Langton's profile (accessed on May 8, 2015)
  3. LinkedIn: Sangita Devaskar's profile (accessed on May 8, 2015)
  4. LinkedIn: Nicholas Fogelson's profile (accessed on May 8, 2015)
  5. LinkedIn: Kristin Simonson's profile (accessed on May 8, 2015)
  6. LinkedIn: Elizabeth Ly's profile (accessed on May 8, 2015)
Last modified on 8 May 2015, at 18:31