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How to Talk about Abortion
Come to conversations prepared with ACOG’s evidence-based voice.
Resources to Convey ACOG's Position on Abortion
- Introduction to Media for Abortion Advocates Webinar: Watch this webinar for an introduction to engaging with members of the media and an overview of ACOG's core messages on access to abortion.
- How to Talk About Abortion: Core Messages: This messaging matrix can help ob-gyn advocates and our partners have meaningful conversations about the importance of preserving the fundamental patient-physician relationship and protecting access to evidence-based abortion care.
- Talking points: convey ACOG’s position on abortion with an evidence-based voice.
- ACOG Guide to Language and Abortion: This guide is designed to help inform language choice that is medically appropriate, clinically accurate, and without bias.
- Issue-specific resources: Policy briefs, fact sheets, and templates on high-profile issues in the news and the media.
- Building Evidence-Based Skills for Effective Conversations about Abortion: Request ACOG’s workshop for health care professionals to develop skills for constructive discourse on abortion.
Addressing False Claims and Tough Questions
- Abortion FAQs: Common questions you might encounter about abortion, and how to address them.
- Abortion Can be Medically Necessary: ACOG’s statement addressing claims that abortion care is never needed to preserve a patient’s health or life.
- ACOG Denounces False Claims About Ob-Gyns: ACOG’s statement countering inflammatory language used to describe the delivery of abortion care.
- Facts are Important: Abortion Is Health Care
- Facts are Important: Understanding Ectopic Pregnancy
- Facts Are Important: Gestational Development and Capacity for Pain
Abortion Is Essential
Outreach to Partners and Allies
Use ACOG’s core messages to connect in your community and engage partners, colleagues, the media, and more.Go