Talking about sexual and reproductive health: counselling encounters in postwar Europe

Jenny Banghma, Yuliya Hilevych and Caroline Rusterholz edited a special issue of Medical Humanities on “Talking about sexual and reproductive health: counselling encounters in postwar Europe”.

“Communication and counselling are at the heart of the vast web of institutions and practices that comprise sexual and reproductive health. Learning test results, making decisions about treatment and birth control, working through difficult emotions, grappling with personal and cultural expectations—these are experiences that powerfully impact individuals, families, communities and (as some would have it) nations. They are also often mediated through counselling with professionals and peers. Over several decades, sexual and reproductive counselling encounters have been studied and theorised, and their practitioners have developed rich vocabularies of practice.” Read more



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Marine Rouch (2023, 12 juillet). Talking about sexual and reproductive health: counselling encounters in postwar Europe. Sexologies européennes / European sexologies. Consulté le 20 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u0xx

Marine Rouch

Docteure en histoire contemporaine - Ingénieure de recherche (Framespa, UT2J)

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