Workshop on strategies to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease. Liverpool (GBR), 1991/01.
Gender-planned health services are planned on the basis that women and men play different roles in society and have different medical needs.
The feminist movement has provided a broad charter of rights for women, reflecting women's needs, but these have yet to be translated into operational programmes.
National programmes for women would allow co-ordination of broad-based programmes to improve women's health and social position.
To change social norms discriminating against women will require changing male attitudes.
Health programmes for males have received little attention, except from family planning organizations, although in most countries, males have a high rate of accidents, infections and parasitic disease.
Mots-clés Pascal : Système santé, Femelle, Soin santé primaire, Mâle, Politique sanitaire, Planification, Homme, Pays en développement, Article synthèse
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Health system, Female, Primary health care, Male, Health policy, Planning, Human, Developing countries, Review
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