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Concept of reproductive heath and how i t is delivered in general health services

Concept of Reproductive Heath and How It is Delivered in General Health Services

Dr. Yeşim YASİN

Spring-2014


Outline

Outline

  • Reproductive Health (RH) as a concept

  • Components of RH new paradigm

  • RH from human rights perspective

  • Programmatic goals for RH

  • How RH services are delivered in Turkey


Definition

Definition

  • It is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relating to reproductive system and to its function and processes.


Revised definition

Revised definition

  • RH addresses the reproductive processes, functions and system at all stages of life. It involves both men and women.

  • RH implies that people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so.


Concept of rh

Concept of RH

  • RH care is defined as the constellation of methods, techniques and services that contribute to reproductive health and well-being through preventing and serving reproductive health problems.


The concept implies that

The concept implies that:

  • Couples have the ability to reproduce and regulate their fertility with an access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable methods

  • Women are able to go through pregnancy and child birth safety

  • Outcome of the pregnancy is successful in terms of maternal and infant well-being

  • Couples are able to have sexual relations free of the fear of pregnancy and of contracting any disease


The reproductive life cycle

The reproductive life cycle

Newborn Infancy- Youth Adult-Middle Age- Death

Childhood Adolescence Elderly

Sexual Activity

Pregnancy

Post-partum

Childbirth


Rh old paradigm before 1994

RH-Old Paradigm (before 1994)

  • Family planning

    • Unmet need for contraception

  • Maternity care

    • Antenatal care

    • Safe child birth

    • Post-partum care

  • Child health care

    • Breast feeding promotion

    • Nutrition, growth monitoring

    • Immunizations

    • Sickness care (ORT, ARI, malaria, etc.)


Rh new paradigm after the international conference on population and development icpd cairo

RH New Paradigm (after the International Conference on Population and Development -ICPD, Cairo)

  • Gender discrimination

    • Sex selective abortions

    • Son preference for food allocation, heath care, education, etc.

  • Violence against women

    • Child pornography

    • Commercial sex

    • Female genital mutilation

    • Spouse abuse

    • Rape, incest


Rh new paradigm contd

RH new paradigm-contd.

3. Adolescent sexuality

4. Reproductive rights regarding marriage and childbearing

5. Gender equity and equality

6. Unintended pregnancy

1. Emergency contraception

2. Safe abortions


Rh new paradigm contd1

RH new paradigm-contd.

7. Chronic complications of pregnancy and childbirth

8. STDs

1. Acute infections

2. Chronic complications (e.g. infertility, cervical cancer)

9. HIV/AIDS


Programmatic goals for rh who

Programmatic Goals for RH (WHO)

  • Experience healthy sexual development and maturation

  • Achieve desired number of children safely

  • Avoid illness, disease and disability related to sexuality and reproduction

  • Be free from violence, and other harmful practices.


Most problematic issues

Most problematic issues

  • Unwanted pregnancy

  • The complications of unsafe abortion

  • The burden of contraception

  • Who suffers the most?

  • Among women of reproductive age 36% of all healthy years of life lost is due to RH problems whereas this rate is 12% for men.


It is estimated that

It is estimated that:

  • 87 million unplanned pregnancies occur

  • Adolescent mothers account for 10% of all births

  • 41 million unplanned pregnancies result in labor

    each year worldwide.

    In 2003, unplanned pregnancies accounted for 34% of all pregnancies all pregnancies in Turkey.


Equality and empowerment

Equality and empowerment

  • In order to make universal access to sexual and reproductive health a reality, it is essential to focus on gender equality and women’s empowerment


Concept of reproductive heath and how i t is delivered in general health services

  • Intersections between human rights, gender and culture greatly emphasized in area of sexual and reproductive health

  • Cultural beliefs and attitudes have enormous impact on sexual and reproductive health choices

  • Working from within a culture is essential


Mdgs on rh

MDGs on RH

  • Importance of reproductive health for achieving the MDGs recognized at the 2005 World Summit with the addition of a new target on universal access to reproductive health by 2015 under MDG 5 (improve maternal health)


Reproductive rights

Reproductive rights

  • “Reproductive rights embrace certain human rights that are already recognized in national laws, international laws and international human rights documents and other consensus documents. These rights rest on the recognition of the basic rights of all couples and individuals to decide freely and responsibly the number, spacing and timing of their children and to have the information and means to do so, and the right to attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health. It also includes the right to make decisions concerning reproduction free of discrimination, coercion and violence, as expressed in human rights documents.”

    — ICPD Programme of Action, para. 7.3


Mdg 5

MDG 5

  • Goal 5 – Improve maternal health

  • Target 5.A: Reduce by three quarters, between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio

  • Target 5.B: Achieve, by 2015, universal access to reproductive health.


Where are we now

Where are we now?

  • The new target 5.B

  • Maternal mortality

    • The decline is still uneven: only 0.1% per 1990-2005 in sub-Saharan Africa

  • Preventing unsafe abortion

    • Minor decline which is attributable to increased contraceptive rates. Unsafe abortions contribute to 68 000 maternal deaths.

  • Family planning

    • The rate of unmet need for contraception is highest in sub-Saharan Africa


To achieve universal access to rh 1

To achieve universal access to RH-1

  • Improving antenatal, delivery, postpartum and new-born care.

  • Providing high-quality services for family planning, including infertility services.

  • Eliminating unsafe abortion.

  • Sexual and RH and HIV linkages.


To achieve universal access to rh 2

To achieve universal access to RH-2

  • Strengthening research and programs capacity through partnership with countries.

  • Promoting sexual health

  • Combatting STIs, including HIV, reproductive tract infections (RTIs), cervical cancer and other gynecological morbidities.


Objectives of rh

Objectives of RH

  • Meet the needs of RH and FP

  • Prevent unwanted pregnancy

  • Reduce high risk pregnancy, diseases and death

  • Promote men participation

  • Promote breastfeeding

  • Prevent STDs


Objectives of rh contd

Objectives of RH (contd.)

  • Gender equity

  • Provide services and counseling to promote RH/SH in adolescents

  • Reduce adolescent pregnancy and promote regular examinations

  • Screen for/and recognize sexual abuse

  • Non-judgmental, understanding & sensitive

  • Recognize cultural differences & beliefs

  • Respect sexual orientation


What rh services to be included

What RH services to be included

  • Safe motherhood

  • Family planning

  • Prevention of maternal and perinatal morbidity & mortality

  • Harmful practices

  • Unwanted pregnancy

  • Unsafe abortion

  • Reproductive tract infections including STDs and HIV/AIDS

  • Gender based violence

  • Infertility

  • Malnutrition & anemia

  • Reproductive tract cancers


Factors affecting rh

Factors affecting RH

  • Economic circumstances

  • Education

  • Employment status

  • Living conditions and family environment

  • Social and gender relationships

  • Traditional and legal structures


Turkey and rh

Turkey and RH


Woman and rh and child and adolescent health services

“Woman and RH” and “Child and Adolescent Health Services”

  • Ministry of Health started to provide “Maternal and Child Health” services in 1930.

  • 1952 Sub-Directorate (ŞubeBşk.)

  • 1963 Independent Directorate

  • 1965 Law on Population Planning no. 557, General Directorate for Population Planning


Concept of reproductive heath and how i t is delivered in general health services

  • 1982 Merger of two directorates under “Maternal and Child Health and General Directorate of Family Planning (AÇSAP)”

  • 1983 Law on “Evacuation of the Uterus and Sterilization Services Regulation on the Implementation and Inspection” enabling elective abortions until the 10th gestational week and voluntary sterilization.


Concept of reproductive heath and how i t is delivered in general health services

  • In the 70’s maternal mortality rate was almost 200/100K; in 2010 it is 16/100K.

  • In 1998, infant mortality rate was 42.7/1000; in 2010 it is 10/1000

  • With the development of Basic Sexual Health and RH (CSÜS) in the 90’s, MoH and EU implemented “RH Program of Turkey (TÜSP)” between 2003-2007.


Basic service and programs 1

Basic Service and Programs-1

  • Provision of Basic Approach to Neonatal Health

  • Infant and Child Follow up

  • Intensive Neonatal Care

  • Screening Tests for Neonatal Care

  • Maternal and Child Nutrition

  • Child Infections Prevention

  • Monitoring of Infant Deaths

  • Hemoglobinopathy Control


Basic service and programs 2

Basic Service and Programs-2

  • Adolescent Health and Development

  • Women Follow-up of 15-49 ages

  • Pre-marital Consultancy

  • Prenatal Care (DÖB)

  • Mother Friendly Hospital

  • Birth-C section

  • Postnatal Care

  • Emergency Obstetric Care (AOB)


Basic service and programs 3

Basic Service and Programs-3

  • Maternal Mortality Follow-up

  • Family Planning

  • Provision of Men’s Participation in -AÇSAP- Services

  • In-Service RH Training

  • Elderly RH


Primary health care

Primary Health Care

  • All RH services are integrated in the primary health care system.

  • Family Health Centers (ASM) and Community Health Centers (TSM) are responsible for Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning (AÇSAP) and RH (ÜS) Services


Community health centers

Community Health Centers

  • Main aims include:

    • to ensure that location and follow-up of pregnant/post-partum women and infants services are carried out in accordance with relevant protocols and criteria.

    • to decrease maternal and infant mortality

    • to maintain family planning services

    • to increase the overall health status of women, mothers, infants and children


Community health centers 1

Community Health Centers-1

  • Ensure RH services are delivered by family physicians in accordance with preventative services guidelines. Ensure educational/training/course activities on theoretical and skills-related aspects.

  • Makes plans to maintain RH services that are carried out by Family Health Centers. Provides education /training on IUDs and other theoretical and skills-related aspects on RH. Also provides adaptation training to health personnel.


Community health centers 2

Community Health Centers-2

  • Establishes collaboration between local governments and opinion leaders to plan and organize public education activities.

  • Administers all programs implemented by the MoH to decrease maternal and child health (i.e. Guest Mum Project).


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