Motivations et freins des médecins généralistes installés en Haute Savoie à la pratique de l’interruption volontaire de grossesse en ville

Abstract : Introduction : Voluntary abortion request is a common complaint in general medical practice. For women, voluntary abortion in ambulatory care is satisfied and comfortable as much as in a health institution. This study aimed to know the motivations and barriers for general practitioners (GP) to support voluntary abortion in ambulatory care. Methods : Quantitative study conducted by diffusion a survey to the population of GP in Haute Savoie during spring 2018. The main criterion was the ranking of the motivations and barriers in order of frequency, focusing only on the five main barriers, and all the motivations. Results : The response rate was 15 %. Of the responding GP, the main motivation was the important medical service rendered for the women, with 59 % of the answers. The main barrier was the lack of training, and so the lack of skills to support this request, with 50 % of the answers. Conclusion : GP assert that support voluntary abortion in ambulatory care provide a high medical service for their patient, but they are dealing with a lack of training and skills. Voluntary abortion deserves to be taught during the medical studies.
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Pauline Vincent. Motivations et freins des médecins généralistes installés en Haute Savoie à la pratique de l’interruption volontaire de grossesse en ville. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02071716⟩

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