Ethical Obligations in the Field of Gynaecology

The moral dilemmas that face Obstetrics and Gynaecology range from public advocacy for the very basic needs of health and human rights for women to the most intricate issues surrounding the growing knowledge and use of the human genome. In 1985 FIGO set up the Committee for the Study of Ethics in Human Reproduction and Women’s Health. The main objectives of the Committee focus on recording and studying the general ethical problems which emanate from research and practice in women’s health as well as bringing these issues to the attention of physicians and the public in developed and developing countries. From the time of its inception, the Committee has made recommendations for the guidance and to stimulate discussion for all practitioners, and particularly for use by member societies to stimulate broader national and regional discussions on vexing ethical issues. The moral dilemmas that faced in this field range from public advocacy for the very basic needs of health and human rights for women.

  • Non Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT)
  • Female Genital Cutting

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