FGM: dispelling the myths; exploring the facts

Pract Midwife. 2015 Jul-Aug;18(7):18-20. FGM: dispelling the myths; exploring the facts. Dixon-Wright R. ABSTRACT Female genital mutilation is a process that affects our practice. It is becoming more common in our ever-diversifying population and therefore education is vitally important to be able to put robust care plans in place. Understanding the psychological and physical difficultiesContinue reading “FGM: dispelling the myths; exploring the facts”

Obstetric care at the intersection of science and culture: Swedish doctors’ perspectives on obstetric care of women who have undergone female genital cutting

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2010, Vol. 30, No. 6 , Pages 553-558 Obstetric care at the intersection of science and culture: Swedish doctors’ perspectives on obstetric care of women who have undergone female genital cutting Widmark C, Leval A, Tishelman C, Ahlberg BM ABSTRACT Providing healthcare for women having undergone female genital cutting can presentContinue reading “Obstetric care at the intersection of science and culture: Swedish doctors’ perspectives on obstetric care of women who have undergone female genital cutting”