The pathway to induced abortion: women's experiences and general practitioner attitudes.

@article{Finnie2006ThePT,
  title={The pathway to induced abortion: women's experiences and general practitioner attitudes.},
  author={Sarah Finnie and Robbie Foy and Jean Mather},
  journal={The journal of family planning and reproductive health care},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={15-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Secondary care services are struggling to manage demand for induced abortion, but less is known about what scope exists to improve the primary care of women requiring abortion. The study objective was to identify service-related delays and barriers faced by women seeking abortion care. METHODS The study comprised case note review and cross-sectional surveys conducted in South Durham in the North East of England, UK. We surveyed and reviewed the case notes of women attending two… CONTINUE READING

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