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.
Anyone in a state where abortion becomes illegal who relies on the internet for information, products and services related to reproductive health would be subject to online policing.
Nurse practitioners who are getting licensed in multiple states so they can use telemedicine and mail-order pharmacies to help more women get medication abortions are being stymied by state regulations.
Seeing our invisible patients: The importance of providing inclusive sexual and reproductive healthcare to LGBTQ populations
To fully meet patients’ needs, provide compassionate care that helps our patients thrive, and to create the best health outcomes possible, it is important to make SRHE a priority in our practice.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, the effects would be sweeping for 40 million women in more than two dozen states.