Aspekt medicinskog prava u zdravstvenoj zaštiti majki-dojilja

Mujović, Hajrija (2017) Aspekt medicinskog prava u zdravstvenoj zaštiti majki-dojilja. Pravni život: list za pravna pitanja i praksu, 66 (9). pp. 331-349. ISSN 0350–0500

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This article is dedicated to the medico-legal issues of infant’s feeding and the treatment of maternity by providing the treatment or counseling woman patient in primary health care. Each treatment concerning reproductive health services are very related with essential patient’s rights which from this regard become of great importance. The topic of breastfeeding is little written in Serbian legal literature, except its sociological aspects which are largely perceived. However, the insufficient level of breastfeeding’s regulation is not an obstacle for public health authorities to be more focused on good practice in health care, relationships and breastfeeding problems through different strategic and health policy documents. This includes an approach to human nutrition as a part of health education and health care from the first days of human life. Promoting breastfeeding is so significant part of the prevention of breastfeeding in health care facilities, both for pregnant women and young mothers. Breastfeeding is also invaluable to the health of a new-born child in terms of its progression, immunity, and then entry into early development. It could be concluded that breastfeeding should be better recognized as a sort of the health services, especially by organized counseling within reproductive health services. As well as pediatric services should be further developed. Contemporary health practice is tending to end the consequences of insufficiently developed awareness of the importance of breastfeeding, and among health professionals themselves. Continuous media campaigns are also required to increase the level of knowledge, improve the motivation, sensitization and attitudes of the population for the health of mothers and children about breastfeeding. These in the same time surely will increase legal understanding according to available standards of breastfeeding mothers care.

Item Type: Article
Institutional centre: Centre for legal research
Depositing User: Vesna Jovanović
Date Deposited: 28 Jan 2020 08:19
Last Modified: 28 Jan 2020 08:19

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