2 edition of Invoking conscientious objection in reproductive health care found in the catalog.
Invoking conscientious objection in reproductive health care
Lidia C. Casas
Written in English
The ability to decide whether, when and how many children to have is central to women"s lives. This investigation explores conscientious objection in reproductive health care in Latin America and how this issue could become an obstacle to women"s right to health---and even jeopardize their safety and lives.Conscientious objection requires that a balance be struck between the rights of objectors and the health rights of men and women. Health care providers are entitled to their beliefs, but these must take second place if expressing them means failing to fulfill a professional obligation, with the attendant potential for harm to the community. From an international human rights standpoint, States should accommodate sectarian providers as well as guarantee nondiscriminatory health care for all. It is neither viable nor ethically acceptable that conscientious objectors should exercise such an exemption without regard for the rights of others.
|Other titles||Reproductive health care|
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The use of conscientious objection by health care providers to reproductive health care services, including abortion, contraceptive prescriptions, and prenatal tests, among other services is a.
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We are. The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, ; – Anna Heino, Mika Gissler, Dan Apter, Christian Fiala Abstract: The issue of conscientious objection (CO) arises in healthcare when doctors and nurses refuse to have any involvement in the provision of treatment of certain patients due to their religious or moral beliefs.
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Brooke E. Jemelka, MD is a medical and surgical fellow at the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction in Omaha, Nebraska, a junior fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and an affiliate member of the Catholic Medical Association.
Her medical degree is from Texas A&M Health Sciences Center, and she completed residency training in Author: Brooke E. Jemelka, David W. Parker, Renee Mirkes. Invoking Conscientious Objection in Reproductive Health Care: Evolving Issues in Peru, Mexico and Chile.
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the view of what constitutes health care or reproductive health care, the judgment about what is deserved is philosophical, not scientific or, strictly speaking, medical. When I see conscientious objection, I see doctors giving reasons and.
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