Posting is not the same as dispensing.

If you are going to use reduced waiting times to substantiate your preference for telemedicine abortion, then you need to make sure that you are comparing like-for-like. It is wrong to compare the elapsed time from first contact to in-clinic dispensing, with the time from first contact to posting the abortion pills; posting is not... Continue Reading →

Less than half choose pills by post.

Since government approval was granted for telemedicine abortion at home, less than half of all eligible women have chosen, or were offered, the option of pills by post. There are more women still visiting abortion clinics than those using telemedicine. On March 30th, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 lockdown and the ensuing difficulties facing... Continue Reading →

Care for Women: Parliamentary Briefing.

In this ten-minute video clip, I outline the findings from our Mystery Client Investigation into the provision of telemedicine abortion at home. https://videopress.com/v/h87QuJaU?preloadContent=metadata This was at a briefing for parliamentarians organised and hosted by Christian Concern on Thursday 10th December. Other speakers included: The lawfulness of pills-by-post (Roger Kiska, Legal Counsel, Christian Legal Centre)New findings... Continue Reading →

Escalating Risk Around Pills by Post

UPDATE on October 8th, 2020: "Since the 1 April the Department has not been notified of any maternal deaths relating to abortion. The Department is aware of reports of two women who died after seeking abortion treatment earlier this year. Both sought care before the temporary approval came into force on 30 March and physically... Continue Reading →

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