Geneva: World Health Organization, 2012 Over the past two decades, the health evidence, technologies and human rights rationale for providing safe, comprehensive abortion care have evolved greatly.
What does CAC stand for?
CAC stands for Comprehensive Abortion Care (obstetrics)
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Sweden has taken an unequivocal and outspoken leadership role in its support for safe abortion throughout its various development policies, and it prioritizes emergency obstetric care and comprehensive abortion care as key interventions to decrease maternal mortality.
Our survey instruments were developed using the comprehensive abortion care model.
The programme aims to increase access to comprehensive abortion care.
Abstract: Six months after a Comprehensive Abortion Care project was implemented in Phu-San Hospital, the main maternity hospital in Hai Phong, northern Viet Nam, a study of quality of abortion services was carried out.
All obstetrician-gynaecologists are taught to perform curettage at post-graduate level, but other elements of comprehensive abortion care are not included in the university or postgraduate curricula.
10,11) Comprehensive abortion care services were introduced in Nepal in March 2004, roughly two years after abortion was legalised.
79) New models have also been created for the provision of safe abortion services, including the Ipas Woman-Centered Comprehensive Abortion Care Model, which seeks to: i) provide safe, high-quality services, ii) decentralise services to the most local level possible, iii) ensure that services are affordable and acceptable to women, iv) understand each woman's particular social circumstances and individual needs, v) reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies and abortions, vi) identify and serve women with other sexual and reproductive health needs, and vii) be affordable and sustainable to health systems.