Irish Medical Times
There is a lack of training and a considerable level of unwillingness among Irish GPs to participate in the medical termination of pregnancy, a study, the first to look at the issue in Ireland, has concluded.
“There is a lack of training and considerable level of unwillingness to participate in this process among Irish GPs,” the research team stated in their research report.
“There is also a perceived lack of patient support services for women experiencing unwanted pregnancy. It is incumbent upon state and professional bodies to address these issues.” [Full text]