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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

La relation sage-femme/patiente peut-elle être violente ? La Revue Sage-Femme, 17, 6, p. 261-271.

Author(s) :

C.Manaouil

Year of publication :

2018

URL(s) :

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/…
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sagf.2018.06.002

Résumé (français)  :

L’information des patientes vise à obtenir un consentement éclairé pour chaque acte médical. Informer plutôt que brusquer, voire insulter. Parfois, faute d’explications sur les actes réalisés, des patientes se sentent humiliées. Durant toute la grossesse, les propos et attitudes des professionnels de santé peuvent être vécus comme violents même s’ils paraissent anodins pour les soignants. Sans aller jusqu’à parler de violences obstétricales, l’accouchement en soi peut être un événement traumatique. Ce sont surtout l’attitude et l’écoute des professionnels de santé qui seront appréciées par les patientes.

Abstract (English)  :

Patient information aims to obtain informed consent for each medical procedure. Inform rather than abruptly see insult. Sometimes, due to lack of explanation of what has been done, patients feel humiliated. Throughout pregnancy, the words and attitudes of health professionals can be experienced as violent even if they seem trivial for caregivers. Without going so far as to talk about obstetric violence, childbirth itself can be a traumatic event. It is especially the attitude and the listening of the health professionals that will be appreciated by the patients.

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Argument (français) :

Durant toute la grossesse, les propos et attitudes des professionnels de santé peuvent être vécus comme violents même s’ils paraissent anodins pour les soignants.

Argument (English):

Throughout pregnancy, the words and attitudes of health professionals can be experienced as violent even if they seem trivial for caregivers.

Argumento (português):

Durante a gravidez, as palavras e atitudes dos profissionais de saúde podem ser sentidas como violentas, mesmo que pareçam inofensivas para os cuidadores.

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Keywords :

➡ survey ; ethics ; guidelines ; psychology ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; informed consent

Author of this record :

Bernard Bel — 09 Apr 2019

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