Gynopedia needs your support! Please consider contributing content, translating a page, or making a donation today. With your support, we can sustain and expand the website. Gynopedia has no corporate sponsors or advertisers. Your support is crucial and deeply appreciated.

Difference between revisions of "Translations:Colombia/65/en"

From Gynopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Created page with "Durante los fallos judiciales de 2006, el tribunal también consideró objetores de conciencia. Se decidió que los centros de salud (por ejemplo, clínicas, hospitales, etc.)...")
 
(Importing a new version from external source)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
Durante los fallos judiciales de 2006, el tribunal también consideró objetores de conciencia. Se decidió que los centros de salud (por ejemplo, clínicas, hospitales, etc.) no pueden negarse a realizar un aborto. Sin embargo, los médicos individuales pueden negarse a realizar abortos por motivos religiosos. Si este es el caso, deben referir a las mujeres a proveedores que puedan realizar abortos.
+
During the 2006 court rulings, the court also considered conscientious objectors. It was decided that health care centers (e.g. clinics, hospitals, etc) cannot refuse to perform an abortion. However, individual doctors can refuse to perform abortions on religious grounds. If this is the case, they must refer women to providers who can perform abortions.

Latest revision as of 21:27, 17 July 2020

Information about message (contribute)
This message has no documentation. If you know where or how this message is used, you can help other translators by adding documentation to this message.
Message definition (Colombia)
During the 2006 court rulings, the court also considered conscientious objectors. It was decided that health care centers (e.g. clinics, hospitals, etc) cannot refuse to perform an abortion. However, individual doctors can refuse to perform abortions on religious grounds. If this is the case, they must refer women to providers who can perform abortions.
TranslationDuring the 2006 court rulings, the court also considered conscientious objectors. It was decided that health care centers (e.g. clinics, hospitals, etc) cannot refuse to perform an abortion. However, individual doctors can refuse to perform abortions on religious grounds. If this is the case, they must refer women to providers who can perform abortions.

During the 2006 court rulings, the court also considered conscientious objectors. It was decided that health care centers (e.g. clinics, hospitals, etc) cannot refuse to perform an abortion. However, individual doctors can refuse to perform abortions on religious grounds. If this is the case, they must refer women to providers who can perform abortions.