An online survey carried out by the ICGP shows that a quarter of Irish doctors do not want to offer services linked to abortion and are reluctant to refer pregnant women to a colleague.
Only 32% of the 3,500 GPs interviewed are currently ready and willing to provide such services. The remaining 43% have stated that they are unavailable to offer these services due to competence, resources or conscientious objection but agree to refer women to another practitioner.
 Irish College of General Practitioners.
Irish examiner, Stephen Rogers (09/11/2018) - 25% of GPs won’t provide abortion service, finds poll