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However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Um total de alunos de podologia responderam. The podiatric profession is fraught with ethical dilemmas, shortage of resources, problems of organization and lack of strategies to face these ethical dilemmas 1.
In Spain the increase of enquiries from podiatry students and podiatrists related to the search for answers on how to balance their personal beliefs with their professional activity, has encourage the General Board of Podiatrists' Official Associations GBPOA to publish a Code of Ethics. In spite of the publicity, there are few empirical studies on the topic of conscientious objection in medicine.
Also studies on podiatry students and podiatrists are not known. In , Strickland polled United Kingdom medical students to explore their attitudes towards conscientious objection when performing different procedures in their healthcare activity 3.
In , Nordstrand et al. Following Card, reasonable exemptions and alternative curricular activities should be provided to the students in order to learn the required content and the underlying principles 5. The idea of this study emerged as a consequence of the refusal of some podiatry students and podiatrists to learn about procedures invoking conscientious objection 6.
This paper presents the findings of a study on conscientious objection among podiatrists students in Spain. Students were invited to complete an anonymous online questionnaire on conscientious objection. Previous invitation emails ware sent by Google Docs 7 website from June 1 and October 31, In total, the questionnaire contained five questions, addressing podiatry students' opinions towards conscientious objection and attitudes towards a series of procedures.
The questions were addressed to topical areas of healthcare and the possibility of conflict with their religious, moral or personal beliefs, including abortion, euthanasia, the treatment of patients intoxicated with alcohol or recreational drugs, the examination of a person of the opposite sex, and the care of persons with scarce economic resources. All participants signed an informed consent form before being included in the study. Statistical analysis. The results of each questionnaire were compiled by Google Docs, an online questionnaire information storage program.
The total responses to each question were compiled to perform the statistical analysis. Attitudes to conscientious objection. In response to question 4 "do you believe that podiatrists should be entitled to object to any procedure for which they have a moral, cultural or religious disagreement? Responses to this question are tabulated against the respondents' religion table 1.
Attitudes as to whether podiatrists have a right to conscientious objection varied between the reported religions. Table 1 Frequencies of responses, cross-tabulated by religion, to the question 'do you think that podiatrists should be entitled to object to any procedure for which they have a moral, cultural or religious disagreement?
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The percentages are those within the religion. Conscientious objection in podiatric specific practice. In question 6, students were asked if they would have an objection to performing 11 podiatric practices.
The results are presented in table 2. Table 2 Students reporting an objection religious, non-religious or both to a total of 11 procedures. Care for a person who lacks financial resources. Examining or treating a patient intoxicated with alcohol. Examining or treating a patient intoxicated with recreational drugs.