Tasmania’s intimidating abortion bill
Michael Cook | 30 April 2013 |
tags: abortion, conscientious objection, Tasmania
Deregistration, heavy fines and jail terms threaten those who voice their opposition to abortion.
Italy’s conscientious doctors
Vincenzina Santoro | 03 October 2012 |
tags: abortion, conscientious objection, Italy
Up to 85 percent of gynecologists in some regions refuse to perform abortions.
What lies beyond conscience?
Michael Cook | 25 September 2012 |
Respect for conscience and conscientious objection is being eroded in the medical profession.
Contraceptives mandate would make cowards of us all
Carolyn Moynihan | 11 November 2011 |
A White House edict tells us to ignore our conscience when we go to work. Bernie Madoff should ask for a retrial.
In Italy, gain and loss in the struggle for life
Josephine Quintavalle | 09 November 2011 |
The abortion rate has halved in 15 years, but there is a disturbing new trend.
Where is the worst place in the world to be a doctor?
Michael Cook | 20 September 2011 |
At least in Niger and Afghanistan, doctors are supposed to save lives, not take them. Not so in the Netherlands.
A tough call
Cristina Alarcon | 12 February 2011 |
Does conscience protection excuse a health professional from providing after-abortion care?
Have US conscience clause protections been eviscerated?
James S. Cole | 30 November 2010 |
An American nurse who was forced to participate in a late-term abortion has effectively nowhere she can lodge a grievance.
‘We insist: leave your conscience at the door’
Cristina Alarcon | 20 August 2010 |
Pharmacists dispense advice to a colleague who will not sell the morning after pill.
Plan C, for conscience
Cristina Alarcon | 19 July 2010 |
One American state has thought better of its policy to browbeat pharmacists into selling the morning after pill.