Reproductive health and midwives: does occupational status differentiate their attitudes on assisted reproduction technologies from those of the general population?

@article{Papaharitou2007ReproductiveHA,
  title={Reproductive health and midwives: does occupational status differentiate their attitudes on assisted reproduction technologies from those of the general population?},
  author={Stamatis Papaharitou and Evangelia Nakopoulou and Martha Moraitou and Konstantinos Hatzimouratidis and Dimitrios G. Hatzichristou},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 7},
  pages={2033-9}
}
BACKGROUND Advancements within assisted reproduction technologies (ART) raise ethical questions; however, research on health care professionals' attitudes towards their application is limited. This study aimed at assessing certified (CMs) and Student (SMs) midwives' attitudes towards various aspects of ART as well as comparing them with public opinion. METHODS The final sample included 567 female CMs and 605 women from the general population (age range: 25-62 years), 221 SMs and 209 female… CONTINUE READING

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