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The Attitudes of Health Providers towards Abortion in Indonesia (in Reproductive Health Matters, Vol. 1, No. 2)
Tan, Mely G.
Reproductive Health Matters
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THE literature on abortion in Indonesia 'includes a significant number of studies on II its medical aspects, mostly done in hospitals. No doubt, the dearth of non-medical studies is due mainly to the sensitivity of the topic. In 1990, after consultation with a number of knowledgeable people, we conducted a study on the attitudes of health care providers to abortion, which we considered to be the least sensitive aspect of the issue. We hoped that it would contribute to the formulation of programmes that enhance health workers' ability to handle abortions and lead to further studies. Our aim was to contribute to the search for ways to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for women, in line with the concept of 'safe motherhood', or even better, 'safe womanhood'.
Source: Reproductive Health Matters, Vol. 1, No. 2, Making Abortion Safe and Legal: The Ethics and Dynamics of Change, (Nov., 1993), pp. 32-40
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