Search Resources (English): Reproductive technology

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New reproductive technologies
Presents an in-depth study on new reproductive technologies, including recommendations (as of 1989) and unexplored issues.
Published: 1989
Monitoring family planning and reproductive rights: a manual for empowerment
Evaluates the quality of care given by family planning programs in diverse cultural settings.
Listen to your body: a gynecologist answers women's most intimate questions
Using a question and answer format, this book provides a great deal of information on common gynaecological health and conditions.
Published: 2000
Speeches given by Dr. Patricia Baird, Chairperson, Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies: February 1990 - September
Documents a series of speeches by Dr. Patricia Baird, Chairperson of the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies, given between February 1990 and September 1991. Address the social, political, and technological implications of new reproductive technologies.
Published: 1991
New reproductive technology bill awaits delivery
Discusses the implications of Bill C-47, a new legislation on new reproductive and genetic technologies. (See Details)
Published: 1998
Bodies of technology: women's involvement with reproductive medicine
Examines the critical issues surrounding the development, implementation, and use of reproductive technologies. Addresses the political and cultural significance of new procedures and technologies.
Published: 2000
Defensive medicine during hospital obstetrical care: a by-product of the technological age
Discusses defensive medicine in relation to hospital obstetrical scenarios commonly associated with fear of litigation. (See Details)
Published: 2000
Four discussion papers on new reproductive technologies
Presents the concerns of the Canadian Disabilty Rights Council and DAWN Canada on the topic of reproductive technologies. These discussion papers were produced to be presented to the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies, as a tool to foster discussion about what they regard as troublesome aspects of reproductive technology. Both groups share the view that reproductive technologies do not enhance the equality of disabled persons, and could in fact be viewed as a eugenic tool.
Published: 1990
A report from consultations on a framework for sexual and reproductive health
Provides an overview of the issues contained in sexual and reproductive health. (See Details)
Published: 1999
An Act respecting assisted human reproduction and related research (Bill C-6)
Presents the Canadian legislation regulating assisted reproductive procedures, research, and governing bodies. Royal assent received March 29, 2004. (See Details)
Published: 2004