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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Moving beyond disrespect and abuse: addressing the structural dimensions of obstetric violence. Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 24, 2016 - Issue 47. Pages 47-55

Author(s) :

Michelle Sadler, Mário JDS Santos, Dolores Ruiz-Berdún, Gonzalo Leiva Rojas, Elena Skoko, Patricia Gillen & Jette A Clausen

Year of publication :

2016

URL(s) :

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1016/j.rhm.…
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rhm.2016.04.002

Résumé (français)  :

Ces dernières décennies, un excès croissant et préoccupant d’interventions médicales pendant l’accouchement, même dans des naissances physiologiques et sans complications, parallèlement à une multiplication de pratiques violentes et irrespectueuses à l’égard des femmes pendant l’accouchement, a été rapporté de par le monde. En dépit de recherches et de décisions politiques pour corriger ces problèmes, il s’est révélé difficile de changer les pratiques obstétricales. Nous avançons que le taux excessif d’interventions médicales et le manque de respect à l’égard des parturientes devraient être analysés comme conséquence de la violence structurelle et que le concept de violence obstétricale, tel qu’il est utilisé dans l’activisme latino-américain de l’accouchement et dans les documents juridiques, peut être un outil précieux pour s’attaquer à la violence structurelle dans les soins maternels, comme les taux élevés d’intervention, les soins non consentis, le manque de respect et d’autres abus.

Abstract (English)  :

During recent decades, a growing and preoccupying excess of medical interventions during childbirth, even in physiological and uncomplicated births, together with a concerning spread of abusive and disrespectful practices towards women during childbirth across the world, have been reported. Despite research and policy-making to address these problems, changing childbirth practices has proved to be difficult. We argue that the excessive rates of medical interventions and disrespect towards women during childbirth should be analysed as a consequence of structural violence, and that the concept of obstetric violence, as it is being used in Latin American childbirth activism and legal documents, might prove to be a useful tool for addressing structural violence in maternity care such as high intervention rates, non-consented care, disrespect and other abusive practices.

Sumário (português)  :

Durante as últimas décadas, houve excesso crescente e preocupante de intervenções médicas durante o parto, incluindo partos fisiológicos sem complicações, além de um aumento preocupante das práticas abusivas e desrespeitáveis ​​em relação às mulheres durante o parto em todo o mundo. Apesar das pesquisas e políticas destinadas a resolver esses problemas, foi difícil mudar as práticas relacionadas ao parto. Argumentamos que as taxas excessivas de intervenções médicas e a falta de respeito pelas mulheres durante o parto devem ser analisadas como conseqüência da violência estrutural e que o conceito de violência obstétrica, usado no ativismo relacionado ao parto e em documentos legais na América Latina, poderia ser uma ferramenta útil para abordar a violência estrutural nos cuidados maternos, tais como altas taxas de intervenção, cuidados sem consentimento, desrespeito e outras práticas abusivas.

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Argument (français) :

Le concept de violence obstétricale peut être un outil précieux pour s’attaquer à la violence structurelle dans les soins maternels, comme les taux élevés d’intervention, les soins non consentis, le manque de respect et d’autres abus.

Argument (English):

The concept of obstetric violence might prove to be a useful tool for addressing structural violence in maternity care such as high intervention rates, non-consented care, disrespect and other abusive practices.

Argumento (português):

Keywords :

➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; iatrogeny ; public health ; traumatism ; post-traumatic stress ; deontology

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Bernard Bel — 05 Jan 2018

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