The Cystic Fibrosis Reproductive & Sexual Health Collaborative (CFReSHC) Invitation to Participate

The Cystic Fibrosis Reproductive & Sexual Health Collaborative (CFReSHC) is a patient engagement project that provides women with CF the opportunity to be equal partners with healthcare professionals to shape the future of CF research.  CFReSHC offers women with CF the opportunity to participate on the Governance Board, Research Advisory Panel and Patient Task Force as Patient Partners to develop research projects that directly respond to the questions faced by women with CF.  CFReSHC holds monthly virtual meetings on topics that impact the lives of women with CF like contraception, family building, hormone influences on CF, incontinence and menopause.  As we enter our third year, CFReSHC is looking for women with CF who are passionate about sexual and reproductive health research to join our collaborative who can commit 4-6 hours a month and we provide  a small honorarium for your time commitment.

CFReSCH is looking for a:

  Social Media Strategist who has connections in the CF community or who is willing to engage with the CF community on our behalf.  CFReSHC currently has a social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and the applicant would need to be able to post 2-3 times per week as well as check the platforms regularly and make responses as needed.  The applicant would need to attend 3 paid monthly meetings often held during work hours.

Grant writer and Coordinator who has connections in the CF community or is willing to connect with the CF community and engage it to seek out funding opportunities for potential grants.  The applicant would need to maintain a database of potential grant opportunities.  An applicant who has experience writing applications is preferred.  The applicant would need to attend 3 paid monthly meetings often held during work hours.

Women with CF are welcome to send a letter of interest to: cfreprohealth@gmail.com.  Together, we will respond to the health needs of the CF community by providing data for healthcare professionals to pave the way for improved sexual and reproductive health resources, healthcare, and knowledge.

Women with cystic fibrosis may benefit from specialized sexual and reproductive health care and education, UPMC study shows

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For female cystic fibrosis (CF) patients and providers, individual CF health care specialists have a significant role in helping patients gain access to educational resources that can help them improve sexual and reproductive Continue reading Women with cystic fibrosis may benefit from specialized sexual and reproductive health care and education, UPMC study shows