University of California
Amy Levi is currently the Director of the Interdepartmental Nurse-Midwifery Education Program at the University of California San Francisco. This unique program is situated in both the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, and draws from both disciplines to provide graduate education in midwifery and women’s health to registered nurses. She is a founding member of the Center for Women’s Health and Empowerment for the University of California Global Health Institute, and is the liaison to the Global Health Clinical Scholars Program which provides an introduction to global health for students from each of the four health professional schools at UCSF. Dr. Levi is the Clinical Education Consultant for the Health Workforce Pilot Project in the State of California, a study which is evaluating the training trajectory and clinical outcomes of nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants providing vacuum aspiration abortion care.
Global women’s health, options in reproductive health care, and health care provider education.