ARHP's Role in the Media
Sexual and reproductive health is an area of the medical field historically buffeted by controversy and often misunderstood by the public. The primary goal of ARHP's media relations work is to ensure truthful and unbiased reporting about important reproductive health topics in the media.
ARHP leaders and members have been quoted in major national media outlets such as The New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, National Public Radio, ABC News, the Associated Press, Science Progress, Glamour, Marie Claire, and Self.com.
Media Requests for Experts
ARHP is the News Media's Connection to Experts in the Sexual and Reproductive Health Field
Whether you want to learn about the issues, check facts, or interview an expert, ARHP is your connection to leading reproductive health professionals. We have members in all 50 states and the District of Columbia who specialize in various areas of sexual and reproductive health research, care, and education.
We can put you in contact with the right expert for your story on various topics including:
- Adolescent Health
- Emergency Contraception
- HIV/AIDS, including PEP and PrEP
- Male Reproductive Health
- Maternal Health
- Politics and Reproductive Health Issues
- Reproductive Cancers, including breast, ovarian, cervical and testicular cancers
- Reproductive Genetics
- Reproductive Health and the Environment
- Sex and Sexuality
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections
- Transgender Sexual and Reproductive Health Issues