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.
Reduction in the variation of doctor’s skills and disparities in healthcare for women
A decline in unnecessary medical interventions such as caesarean sections
Empowerment of patients thanks to patient-centred care
Doctors prepared for life-long learning to ensure their skills remain up-to-date throughout their careers
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.
Standards of Care is a roadmap of quality service outlining the standards of care in the field of Gynaecology and Obstetrics & Neonatal Care covering 25 key clinical areas of clinical conditions which affect women throughout their lives.