Nursing Students for Sexual & Reproductive Health trains nursing students in both healthcare and organizing. 

Nurses are well positioned to correct health disparities because it is our role to build supportive relationships with patients and to advocate for their needs and choices.

Only 17% of students feel that their nursing programs adequately prepare them to work in a sexual and reproductive healthcare setting − we’re working to change that.


Why Nursing Students?
Through our innovative programming, we offer nursing students the necessary education, tools, and resources to become social change agents within the healthcare system.

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Building our Presence 
There are 26 active chapters across the country. Outreach initiatives are happening in the South and Midwest, where sexual and reproductive healthcare training is weakest.

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Curriculum Reform
Chapters organize for curriculum reform and coordinating campus sexual and reproductive healthcare and Reproductive Justice trainings.


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