Shifting toward remote screening means primary care providers who work in rural, low-income and other marginalized communities could conduct medication abortion screening and increase equitable access to abortion care.
Destigmatizing abortion in primary care settings
Many nurse practitioners (NPs) in primary care settings are feeling lost or helpless since the Supreme Court decision in the…
Four APN students’ narratives on abortion training in Mexico City
Nurse practitioners and certified nurse midwives play an integral role in all facets of reproductive healthcare. They provide full-spectrum pregnancy…
Many women uncertain about legality of abortion pill
Half of women are unsure whether abortion pills are still legal in their state, according to a survey by the…
NPWH Statement on Supreme Court Roe v. Wade Decision
The Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) said it is “appalled” by the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Position Statement: Access to Safe Abortion Care
The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH), along with numerous other national health professional organizations, affirms that…
Women’s Health Policy Focus of Nov. 16 Online Briefing
Abortion, Title X, maternal health and paid leave will be the focus of a briefing to be held Nov. 16 by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF).