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CNS rejects ban on the performance of physicians in home birth

According to the Council's resolutions CREMERJ violate fundamental human rights of women and their families

 
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The National Health Council (CNS) issued a statement, on Wednesday (15), declaring himself opposed to resolutions 265 and 266 of the Regional Council of Medicine of the State of Rio de Janeiro (CREMERJ), published in July this year. The rules forbid women to count with the help of nurses, doulas and midwives during childbirth. Similarly, the measures provide for punishment of obstetricians accompanying births at home or give back to their mothers until entering the hospital.

The Council says it believes that women's right to choose how they want to accomplish delivery, which must be humanized and to ensure services focus on comprehensive care. These resolutions, according to the national, collide with the principle of the Code of Medical Ethics, which states that a profession in the service of human health and collectivity must be exercised without discrimination of any kind.

The position of the CNS is the repeal of the resolutions, it undermines the fundamental human rights of women and their families, as well as the rights of doctors to practice the profession according to their conscience.

<b> national health advisers reaffirmed six points: </ b>

- Recommendations in respect of deliveries of attention to the World Health Organization (WHO);

- 11.108/2005 Law - Law of Accompanying;

- The policies of the Ministry of Health, as the Stork Network Doulas and design in the NHS, and the Program for Humanization of Prenatal (PHPN);

- The policies of the Department of Health of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro known as the Stork;

- The Code of Medical Ethics, effective throughout the country since 2010;

- Law 3.268/57, which defines roles and responsibilities of regional councils.

With information from the CNS <i> </ i>

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