In this shorter piece, Arthur laments that International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics also does not agree with her:
"Unfortunately, a global consensus seems to have emerged among (pro-choice) medical professionals that clinicians do indeed have a right to deny reproductive health care that they personally disagree with. A recent example of this consensus was a special supplementNow the white paper also puts forward the notion that although they agree with conscientious objection, they still want doctors to refer. Which of course is a non-starter. If you think that something is immoral, you don't go ahead and refer to someone else. That would mean you're still complicit in the immoral act.
bjection to the rovision of eproductive lthcare,” published by the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (IJGhe supplement contains five pieces on the topic: an editorial, three short articles, and a long white paper by three physicians from Global Doctors for Choice."
The document is 34 pages and includes footnotes.