She should use her communication skills to create rapport with the woman, and to create intimacy and privacy between the two, so that the woman can feel relaxed and calm. ‘You should provide safe, competent, kind and compassionate professional care which is informed by the best available evidence.’ (Practice Standards for Midwives, 2015 p.18) Then throughout the pregnancy, the midwife should inform the woman of everything that she is about to do, all the tests, examinations and checks ups and explain why she is doing them. The midwife should inform the woman of her choices during and after pregnancy and birth and respect them. ‘You should ensure that you provide information in a format that is understandable and accessible to all women and their families.’ (Practice Standards for Midwives, 2015 p.20) As the word ‘midwife’ is often translated to ‘with-woman’, it is important to have a good rapport between the midwife and the pregnant woman as she is there for the woman throughout her pregnancy, through her joys and pains. (Jordan,
“While a general physician may be able to pinpoint and treat minor women 's health issues, the expert opinions of gynecologists are absolutely necessary when it comes to certain aspects of women 's health” (“What does a Gynecologist do?”). Reproductive Endocrinology is an exciting career. Moreover, it is very important to women for several reasons. The first reason is that it helps women stay healthy in a variety of ways. The second reason is that it provides hope to women with reproductive issues.
The care parents receive within a maternity hospital during the time of the diagnosis of the miscarriage through to follow up care is of vital importance. Effective clinical care delivered in a compassionate manor which is individualised to meet the needs of bereaved parents following second trimester miscarriage has the potential to impact positively on their experience. The Recommendations outlined below, in clinical practice, education for healthcare professionals and future research drawn from this study, are important steps towards improving future maternity care for this group of
ATTITUDE OF RURAL POPULATION TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ABSTRACT Family planning is one of the key tools for a family to maintain proper economic status; by practicing this parents can plan a good and healthy welcome to the baby and can plan a better future for the baby. By practicing family planning women can take care of their health and economic well being. This is very useful to the young generation to achieve their academic, professional and family goals in a strategic way without fail. The attitude of women may varies from men regarding family planning, literates attitude may vary from illiterates and finally age factor may be one of the major factor which may influence the attitude towards family planning. Comparing
Feeling strongly about the problem unwanted pregnancies, Sanger devoted her life to acquiring the right for women to prevent pregnancies through the use of contraceptives. After years of dedication and hard work, Margaret Sanger not only accomplished what she had hoped for-making people understand the importance and necessity of birth control, but also accomplishes something greater by extending women 's rights as well. In a society where it was considered inappropriate for girls to know about their anatomy
Women are incredible creatures and should not be socially degraded. Over time, women have been placed in a category in society where their best interests are not valued. Therefore, they have fallen for the treatment as secondary beings in a medical community. Weber developed the Theory of Dominance, which perfectly exemplifies the power and authority doctors have over women and their decisions regarding their body and the birthing process. Through the development of technology, women are being further influenced to make decisions in the best interest of their baby, and not themselves.
Prenatal care reduces the risk of pregnancy complications and infants risk for complications. It also promotes healthy lifestyles that promote the health of both the mother and the infant. This has played a very important role in reducing maternal deaths, miscarriages, birth defects, low birth weight, and other preventable health problems. Prenatal care also lessons the stress on the maternal mother for counseling and education about how to handle different aspects of pregnancy, such as nutrition, physical activity, what to expect from the birth itself, and basic skills for caring for the
Women and men both have equal opportunity for living and staying in equal relationships. Thus it has become essential that both the genders should give their contribution for ensuring that the relationship should be managed in effective manner. There are various reasons for which a women stays in a abusive relationship and foremost reason is fear due to which females prefers to stay and not get separated. In any abusive relationship when the partner gives threatening for killing the women or for creating harm for the life of the person (Cvitanić, Possamaï and Touzi, 2016). Domestic violence is a serious issue which is faced by women all over the globe and it is imperative that serious measures should be taken for ensuring safety and security
Their rights have been violated in different spheres of life. The main important thing that needs attention of the authorities is practical implementation of rules and regulation and women's education which is in case of Pakistan is negligible as compared to the rest of the world. It is very difficult to raise the norms of society without the contribution of women. That is only possible by eliminating discrimination when parents are educating their offspring without giving priority to any of the sex Secondly the bad practices of inter society norms should be removed from the culture and females should be given proper attention with respect of their basic needs, education and health. They should be availed the top most chances for access to all concern places, i.e.
Women’s health in Myanmar From: Zau Du Lahpai To: Minister of Health, Myanmar Health of women from Burma Since 1997, the republic of the Union of Myanmar has ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women to improve gender equality in the country (Burma Human Rights Yearbook, 2006, p. 365). However, despite acceding to the Convention and international obligation, Burma has constantly failed to promote human rights under its military regime and the cultural norms. Especially, women living in the conflict areas and remote hill areas are continuously discriminated by the traditional patriarchy system and they become the most vulnerable to human rights abuses which include state-sponsored rape and trafficking.