is a mechanism aimed at protecting certain fundamental rights of providers (such as freedom of conscience and faith) or even a fundamental right in itself according to certain regulations.
In total, the questionnaire contained five questions, addressing podiatry students' opinions towards conscientious objection
and attitudes towards a series of procedures.
In a country that is becoming more and more secular, where 40 percent of the couples do not marry in church and many children are not baptized, in most cases conscientious objection
on abortion is not related to religious beliefs.
An even further reaching limitation of the right of conscientious objection
applied to pharmacists.
homeschooling) can be considered conscientious objection
The importance of maintaining moral integrity is central to the argument for the right to conscientious objection
We think it is a matter of disgrace to have any conscientious objection
in this time of national crisis.
can be accommodated, but where the health worker feels unable to provide contraceptive or abortion care, they must ensure the woman is not disadvantaged and is referred on to someone who can.
Motivated and informed by this policy review and also by our team's philosophical work on conscientious objections
, the next stage of the project involved drafting a model conscientious objection
policy for uptake by Canadian physician regulatory bodies.
It also includes a recommendation that consultant psychiatrists should be involved when a mental health assessment is required and covers an allowance for conscientious objection
, accountability and data collecting.
Three out of every four states of the European Union covered in its laws the right to conscientious objection
to performing abortion.
I want to tell you that, despite my respect for your political views, I find your decision to turn the personal choice of conscientious objection
into a public campaign delegitimizing the IDF deeply upsetting.