Residents complete a dedicated family planning rotation during their third year of residency that includes clinical training in a variety of settings, including clinic and hospital-based abortion provision. Residents gain additional experience in family planning throughout several other rotations to acquire skills in routine and complex contraception care, as well as abnormal and unintended pregnancy care. Residents work with a variety of providers, including one fellowship-trained and several generalist faculty members who participate in resident and medical student training. Additionally, many residents participate in family planning research projects during their training. The UConn Residency Program is a graduated Ryan Residency Program in Family Planning.