A project funded through a Commonwealth R & D grant to the Department of Social Work and Social Policy, Univ. Queensland. The paper includes a literature search. The paper's aim is to develop information and resources. The introduction states that "debate is currently occurring... about the range and appropriateness of menstrual management and fertility management approaches for women who have an intellectual disability". The paper aims to "stimulate further discussion by identifying gaps and discrepancies in existing policies, and making comparisons in relation to the relevant literature". The analysis includes summaries of relevant Australian Family court cases, state legislation, Medicare information, policies of service organisations. The paper contains tables, appendices and references. Keywords: Legal, Women. Searchword: Sterilisation
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Menstrual Management and Fertility Management for Women who have an Intellectual Disability; An Analysis of Australian Policy.
Carlson, G., Taylor, M., Wilson, J., Griffin, J.
Dept. Social Work & Social Policy, Univ. Qld.
University of Queensland
1 January 1992