You will likely never directly deal with a woman undergoing or recovering from an elective abortion. For one thing, 94% of such procedures occur in a clinic specific to that kind of care.
Also, abortions are safer than ever so it is highly unlikely you will deal with a woman experiencing a complication unless the procedure is made illegal, in which case such cases will sky-rocket. Also, elective abortions are decreasing year over year as better contraception increases.
Also, if you encounter a woman experiencing a mental health crisis after an abortion, there is no evidence to support that the crisis is related to the elective termination as these women often have many confounding factors such as poverty, lack of access to any kind of care (including mental health) and abusive and controlling situations. In fact, the evidence supports that while in the long term both groups have equivalent mental health outcomes, in the short run, denial of full women's services causes more mental distress:
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But I conclude by saying that I've been a hospital nurse for over 25 years and never had to deal with this issue directly. Best of luck in your future career.