H 15 Expanding access to medical abortion.
P 370 w
Supplément au n° 44.
- Expanding access to medical abortion: challenges and opportunities
- Women’s experiences with the use of medical abortion in a legally restricted context: the case of Argentina
- Perceptions of misoprostol among providers and women seeking post-abortion care in Zimbabwe
- The unmet need for safe abortion in Turkey: a role for medical abortion and training of medical students
- Physicians’ and non-physicians’ views about provision of medical abortion by nurses and AYUSH physicians in Maharashtra and Bihar, India
- Towards safe abortion access: an exploratory study of medical abortion in Cambodia
- The introduction of first trimester medical abortion in Armenia
- Increasing access to safe menstrual regulation services in Bangladesh by offering medical menstrual regulation
- Safety, efficacy and acceptability of outpatient mifepristone-misoprostol medical abortion through 70 days since last menstrual period in public sector facilities in Mexico City
- Assessment of completion of early medical abortion using a text questionnaire on mobile phones compared to a self-administered paper questionnaire among women attending four clinics, Cape Town, South Africa
- The role of auxiliary nurse-midwives and community health volunteers in expanding access to medical abortion in rural Nepal
- Pharmacy workers in Nepal can provide the correct information about using mifepristone and misoprostol to women seeking medication to induce abortion
- Using a harm reduction lens to examine post-intervention results of medical abortion training among Zambian pharmacists
- Medical abortion and manual vacuum aspiration for legal abortion protect women’s health and reduce costs to the health system: findings from Colombia
- Safe, accessible medical abortion in a rural Tamil Nadu clinic, India, but what about sexual and reproductive rights?