Current barriers, facilitators and future improvements to advance quality of abortion care: views of women.

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Summary of "Current barriers, facilitators and future improvements to advance quality of abortion care: views of women."

Barriers to accessing abortion care continue to exist even in settings where abortion is legal. We aimed to determine current barriers faced by women seeking abortion, factors that facilitate access to care, and what future improvements women would like made to abortion care in Scotland.


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Name: BMJ sexual & reproductive health
ISSN: 2515-2009


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