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Obstetric violence: a new framework for identifying challenges to maternal healthcare in Argentina - Reproductive Health Matters - Vol. 24, 47 - ISBN: 0968-8080 - p.65-73

Author(s) :

Vacaflor, Carlos Herrera

Year of publication :

2016

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rhm.2016.05.001
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rhm.2016.05.001

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Argentina has recognized women’s right to not be subjected to obstetric violence, the violence exercised by health personnel on the body and reproductive processes of pregnant women, as expressed through dehumanizing treatment, medicalization abuse, and the conversion of natural processes of reproduction into pathological ones. Argentina’s legislative decision to frame this abuse and mistreatment of women under the rubric of gender-based violence permits the identification of failures in both the healthcare system and women’s participation in society. This article examines how applying the Violence Against Women framework to address issues of abuse and mistreatment of women during maternal health care provides a beneficial approach for analyzing such embedded structural problems from public health, human rights, and ethics perspectives. The framework of Violence Against Women seeks to transform existing harmful cultural practices, not only through the protection of women’s reproductive autonomy, but also through the empowerment of women’s participation in society.

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➡ obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; iatrogeny ; guidelines ; public health ; traumatism ; deontology ; informed consent

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