J Med Ethics. 2007 Feb;33(2):98-101. Female genital mutilation: the ethical impact of the new Italian law. Turillazzi E, Fineschi V. Department of Legal Medicine, University of Foggia, Policlinico Ospedali Riuniti, Via Luigi Pinto 1, 71100 Foggia, Italy. ABSTRACT Despite global and local attempts to end female genital mutilation (FGM), the practice persists in some partsContinue reading “Female genital mutilation: the ethical impact of the new Italian law.”
Afr J Reprod Health. 2008 Apr;12(1):7-16. Ethical concerns in female genital cutting. [Article in English, French] Cook RJ. EXTRACT Un souci éthique initial consiste à savoir comment appeler au juste ce que l’organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) a décrit comme: Toutes les procédures qui impliquent l’enlèvement partiel ou complet des organes génitaux externes deContinue reading “Ethical concerns in female genital cutting.”
Education and the Knowledge Society. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing. 2005, 161: 231-236. E-solidarity, a means of fighting against FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) Corsini-Karagouni A ABSTRACT This project aims to contribute to the eradication of the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) throughout the Maasailand in Kenya in agreement with the World Health Organisation (WHO) policyContinue reading “E-solidarity, a means of fighting against FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)”
Explore (NY). 2010 Jul-Aug;6(4):220. Statement on female genital mutilation from the staff of Explore. Dossey L, Kligler B, Radin D, Sierpina V, Fenton M, Horrigan B, Schwartz SA. …. An estimated 100 to 140 million girls and women worldwide are currently living with the consequences of female genital mutilation (FGM), according to the World HealthContinue reading “Statement on female genital mutilation from the staff of Explore.”
Ala Nurse. 2011 Mar-May;38(1):1, 8. Female genital mutilation: cultural practice or human rights violation? Guzman AL. St. Luke’s Boise C.A.R.E.S. Program/North West Nazarene University, Emmett, Idaho 83617, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org No link to view this article online.
Lancet. 2006 Aug;368(9535):579 Correspondence: Female Genital Mutilation Rymer J Preview I was pleased to see that there is now confirmation that women who have undergone female genital mutilation are significantly more likely to experience adverse obstetric outcomes than those who have not (June 3, p 1835).1 I am sure this will raise the awareness of thisContinue reading “Correspondence: Female Genital Mutilation”
Lancet. 2006 Dec;368:S64 – S67 Feature: Issues on female genital mutilation/cutting—progress and parallels Morris K Preview Practices vary and include sewing the labia together, clitoral tip removal, and total excision of clitoris and labia majora, sometimes with subsequent closure of wound edges (infibulation), leaving a small hole for menstrual and urinary flow. More than 130Continue reading “Feature: Issues on female genital mutilation/cutting—progress and parallels”
BMJ. 2006 Jul 15;333(7559):124. Epub 2006 Jun 27. Reliability of self reported form of female genital mutilation and WHO classification: cross sectional study. Elmusharaf S, Elhadi N, Almroth L. Division of International Health, Karolinska Institutet, SE 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden. Sozan.Elmusharaf@ki.se Comment in BMJ. 2006 Jul 15;333(7559):106-7. BMJ. 2006 Jul 29;333(7561):259-60. OBJECTIVE: To assess theContinue reading “Reliability of self reported form of female genital mutilation and WHO classification: cross sectional study.”
Female genital mutilation : a teacher’s guide. [language: arabic] World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (Corp. Author) Cairo; Ed. WHO EMRO: 2003. (146 pags) This eBook can be downloaded for free in this LINK.
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