GovWire

National Statistics: Abortion statistics for England and Wales: 2019

Department Of Health

February 3
14:29 2021

Details

This report sets out and comments on abortion statistics in England and Wales for 2019.

The statistics are obtained from the abortion notification forms returned to the chief medical officers of England and Wales.

Published 11 June 2020
Last updated 3 February 2021 +show all updates
  1. Updated 'Freedom of information and other data releases' to include one new request: Legal abortions: by parity (number of previous pregnancies resulting in a live or stillbirth), residents of England and Wales, 2019.

  2. Updated 'Freedom of information and other data releases' to include 2 new requests: 1) Legal abortions: by parity (number of previous pregnancies resulting in live or still birth), residents of England and Wales, 2019; 2) Legal abortions: by age group and parity (number of previous pregnancies resulting in live or still birth), residents of England, 2019.

  3. Updated 'Abortion statistics 2019: freedom of information and other data releases' to include one new request: Legal abortions: complications by gestation, 2019.

  4. Updated 'Abortion statistics 2019: freedom of information and other data releases' to include 2 new requests: 1) FOI-1254314: abortion service providers: numbers by local authority and region, 2019; 2) FOI-1258478: in the year 2019, what are the top 5 reasons cited, under Ground C abortions where mental and not physical health is cited?

  5. Updated 'Abortion statistics 2019: freedom of information and other data releases' to include one new request: Legal abortions: rates by age and local authority, Suffolk, residents, 2019.

  6. Updated 'Abortion statistics 2019: data tables' to include data from Public Health Scotland.

  7. Updated 'Abortion statistics 2019: freedom of information and other data releases' to include 1 new request:1) a) Legal abortions: under 25 years old, previous live or still birth by local authority, England, 2019, b) Legal abortions: NHS funded, under 10 weeks gestation, by local authority, England, 2019.

Related Articles

Comments

  1. We don't have any comments for this article yet. Why not join in and start a discussion.

Write a Comment

Your name:
Your email:
Comments:

Post my comment

Recent Comments

Follow Us on Twitter

Share This


Enjoyed this? Why not share it with others if you've found it useful by using one of the tools below: