4sight Health June 29, 2022
David Burda

I know what I think about the U.S. Supreme Court’s egregious and politically motivated decision to strip women of their 50-year-old constitutional right to abortion services. But what did our major healthcare associations, societies and trade groups think about it? I decided to check, and here’s what 10 of them had to say about it.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing

“Today’s decision imposes significant challenges to delivering safe, equitable, and evidence-based health care and threatens the public’s trust in the legitimacy of the court.” Read the AACN’s full statement here.

American College of Physicians

“A patient’s decision about whether to continue a pregnancy should be a private decision made in consultation with a physician or other health care professional, without...

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