The there comes a person at the doctor’s office toolkit provides practical information for healthcare providers to take into account diversity in sex, gender and sexual orientation.
Develop Europe-wide Standards of care for women’s health services
To review current evidence-based published standards of care in the EU Member States
To develop agreed standards of gynecological care for benign and malignant conditions, maternity care, from pre-pregnancy through intrapartum care to the post-natal period including care of the newborn
Provide an invaluable toolset for commissioners of health services for delivering equitable, high level, quality-assured care to women, their babies and their wider families
Why necessary in society?
Treat me like a lady is an Dutch awareness campaign to make healthcare professionals aware of the difference between men and women’s bodies when it comes to symptoms, diagnostics and treatment.
The Project of Achieving consensus in training (PACT) is a pan-European project for the development of a harmonised specialist training standard and curriculum in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology.