BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1984 Nov 17; 289(6455): 1377.
A British physician, active in the feminist movement, contrasts her experiences working in the abortion service of a hospital and in its outpatient clinic, and explains her attitude toward performing abortions. She believes that women are entitled to choose to have an abortion and that the National Health Service should provide a more caring and efficient service, using sympathetic staff and freeing those with moral objections from performing abortions. (KIE abstract)