ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The authors appreciate the generous inout and thorough review that we have received from our General and Scientific Advisory Committees (listed on the following pages), and the support, sponsorship, and / or collaboration from the many organizations listed below. Participation by these individuals and organizations should not be interpreted as an endorsement, and any limitations of the curriculum are solely the responsibility of the authors.

We are grateful to our technical team members. We especially appreciate the work of our Lead Technical Developer, Tovah King, who was crucial in advancing this edition to digital publication. We also had valuable support from Sara Cate Jones, Sara Magnusson, Suzi Grishpul, Rubeun Tan, and Susan Sullivan.

The first versions of the Early Abortion Training Workbook were a collaboration between UCSF’s ANSIRH (Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health) Program and the TEACH Program’s Collaborative Working Group. In the second version and beyond, the TEACH Program assumed the central role in Workbook revision, and remains grateful for the support of UCSF ANSIRH, Innovating Education in Reproductive Health, and the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health which provide the support and setting for TEACH to expand its impact by situating it in the context of a broader initiative to improve access through research, information dissemination, and policy reform.

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