Interview for biomedical ethics class on teen pregnancy

  1. Hello, so for my biomedical ethics class we were given a project to discuss a ethic topic of our choice. I am studying to become an rn Our group has chosen teen pregnancies. I have a few questions I would need answered and some contact info like phone number or an email. Thank you so much in advance, I really appreciate it.

    Topic: Teen Pregnancy

    • How do you feel about them
    • Does this go against your morals?

    • Is it difficult to ensure the patient's information is kept confidential from parents?

    • Are complications normally higher/lower/ or about the same than a more matured patient?


    • A: What make them more/less complicated


    • Do you recommend contraceptives and at what age do you think is appropriate to discuss this?

    • Your views on abortion/ experiences?

    • Any laws that permit a physician from disclosing information when it comes to teenage pregnancy?

    • Are they limited in anyway with a teenage pregnancy than of an adult?

    • What happens if the teen is
    • impregnated by an adult or relative?


    • Ao you report the incident
    • B:To whom
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   jennylee321
    Yeah no one is going to answer these questions and provide you with their actual contact info. Most of these questions can be answers by you looking them up.
  4. by   seaofclouds21
    You will probably have a better outcome by reaching out to an OBGYN office and asking if they have a nurse that would be willing to interview with a student.
  5. by   Knotanoonurse
    Talk to a Clinic that sees teens or a group like Nurse Family Partnership. School nurses would also be a great source of information/insight.
  6. by   KrCmommy522
    Do you have a planned parenthood in your area? I'm sure you can find someone there to interview that could answer your questions.

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