Objectives: This study's objective was to assess participation and perceived benefits of abortion training among residents at programs with integrated early abortion care.
Intervention: We developed a collaborative early abortion training network.
Results: Residents at training sites had high participation (71%) and were more likely to report familiarity and comfort with providing early abortion care than comparison sites. Residents reported benefits to overall training (78%), satisfaction (55%), and plans to provide abortion care (40%).
Conclusions: This collaborative abortion training program was valued by residents and was associated with greater self-assessed skills and positive attitudes toward providing early abortion care than at comparison sites.