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Clinicians Who Provide Abortions: The Thinning Ranks

Obstetrics and Gynecology Vol. 80, No.4, Oct 1992. CLINICIANS WHO PROVIDE ABORTIONS: THE THINNING RANKS. David A. Grimes, MD . Access to abortion services in the United States has become increasingly limited because of a decrease in rural hospital providers and a growing shortage of clinicians willing to offer this service.

CLINICIANS WHO PROVIDE ABORTIONS: THE THINNING RANKS

Access to abortion services in the United States has become increasingly limited because of a decrease in rural hospital providers and a growing shortage of clinicians willing to offer this service. As of 1988, 83% of United States counties had no identified provider.

Clinicians Who Provide Abortions: The Thinning Ranks

Access to abortion services in the United States has become increasingly limited because of a decrease in rural hospital providers and a growing shortage of clinicians willing to offer this service.

Clinicians who provide abortions: The thinning ranks In

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Clinicians Who Provide Abortions: The Thinning Ranks

Clinicians Who Provide Abortions: The Thinning Ranks  Grimes, David A. ( 1992-10 ) Clinicians Who Provide Abortions — the Thinning Ranks 

Clinicians who provide abortions: the thinning ranks.

1. Obstet Gynecol. 1993 Feb;81(2):318-9; author reply 319-20. Clinicians who provide abortions: the thinning ranks. Cavanagh D. Comment on Obstet Gynecol. 1992 Oct;80(4):719-23.

Clinicians Who Provide Abortions — the Thinning Ranks

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Abortion Training in U.S. Obstetrics and Gynecology

Grimes DA, Clinicians who provide abortions: the thinning ranks, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1992, 80(4):719&-723. 6. Ibid. 7. Metheny WP, Ling FW and Mitchum M, What to expect from a residency program: answers from a directory of residency programs in obstetrics and gynecology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1998, 91(2):311&-314. 8.

Factors Influencing the Delivery of Abortion Services in

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THE CHALLENGES OF OFFERING PUBLIC SECOND TRIMESTER

Clinical Outcomes and Women’s Experiences before and after the Introduction of Mifepristone into Second-Trimester Medical Abortion Services in South Africa. PLOS ONE , Vol. 11, Issue. 9, p. e0161843.

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Economics of Abortion – National Abortion Federation

3 Grimes, DA. Clinicians Who Provide Abortions: The Thinning Ranks, Obstetrics & Gynecology, 1992, 80: 719. 4 Alan Guttmacher Institute, Revisiting Public Funding of Abortion for Poor Women, Issues in Brief, 2000 Series, No. 5. For More Information For information or referrals to qualified abortion providers…

Who will do the abortions? – ScienceDirect

These measures, along with the more accepting social and po- litical attitudes now emerging, would encourage clinicians to do abortions and fulfill their responsibilities to women who do not wish to continue a pregnancy. REFERENCES 1. Grimes DA: Clinicians who provide abortions: The thinning ranks. Obstet Gynecol 1992;80:719-23. 2.

The role of access in explaining state abortion rates

Abortion rates vary markedly from state to state, and these variations have been increasing, especially in recent years. Path analysis shows the causal structure of public demand and access variables that determined state abortion rates in 1991 and 1992.

Dr. Kathleen Raviele, Obstetrician-Gynecologist in Decatur

Dr. Kathleen Raviele is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Decatur, Georgia and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including DeKalb Medical at North Decatur and Eastside Medical Center.