This presents an opportunity to encourage Chilean medical and midwifery schools to offer the necessary training to provide abortion-related care

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Sisson G, Joffe C Abortion Providers on Politically Engaging Patients. April 2020. Women's Health Issues, 30(2):106-112.
Foster DG The problems with a poverty argument for long-acting reversible contraceptive promotion. April 2020. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 222(4):S861-S863.
Baba F, Casas L, Ramm A, Correa S, Biggs MA Medical and midwifery student attitudes toward moral acceptability and legality of abortion, following decriminalization of abortion in Chile. March 2020. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, [ePub ahead of print].

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Research category photos: Abortion section photo © Can Stock Photo Inc. / Mark Adams, Rocketclips. Contraception photo © Cindy Chew for ANSIRH. Culture image part of an infographic designed for ANSIRH by Jessica Harrington, with art direction by Kate Giambrone and Julianna Johnson. International photo courtesy Stew and Vee Carrington via Creative Commons license. Policy photo courtesy of Heather Ault (modified and cropped). Turnaway photo © Jana Carrey for ANSIRH.

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