By H.-J. Prill (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans-Joachim Prill, Ass. Professor Dr. Manfred Stauber, Paul-Georges Pechatschek M.D., B.Sc (eds.)
The 6th foreign Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, which happened from 2 to six September 1980 within the congressional chambers of the previous Reichstag development in Berlin, had as its subject matter "Women in a altering Society." Partic ular emphasis was once put on the truth that in disease, in addition to in stable future health, ladies needs to be thought of in a entire psychosocial context. Observations from medi cal, mental, sociological, and anthropological views at the fit and ailing lady during the a number of levels of her existence offered a large spectrum of scien tific learn. periods masking such basic themes because the difficulties of the younger mom, girls within the postgenerative part, and the early mother-child courting have been enriched via many fresh clinical contributions. additional matters, starting from the discussion within the gynecologist's consulting room in the course of the emotional state of affairs of the gynecologist, physique language in woman sexuality, and sexual issues skilled via gynecological sufferers to psychosomatics and melanoma, have been pursued in small workshops. Of specific psychoendocrinological curiosity have been the contributions on weight problems and the premenstrual syndrome. the result of this workshop and one other on undesirable being pregnant have ap peared lately in separate monographs.
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Increased longevity, for example, has brought with it unequal life expectancy for women and men, with the differences in industrialized societies more marked in favor of women. This fact has numerous implications, only one of which is the increased prospect of widowhood for women, and the economic deprivation that in most countries accompanies it. In the United States, there have been dramatic changes in concepts of marriage and parenthood that have been hastened by the development of new methods of contraception and increased control over fertility.
Werner Evangelisches Krankenhaus Bethesda, Heerstrasse 219, D-4100 Duisburg, Germany E. Wessendorf Rathenaustrasse 6, D-6800 Mannheim 1, Germany K. Wijma Department of Medical Psychology, University Hospital, Oostersinge159, NL-9713 EZ Groningen, The Netherlands M. Wilberg In den Wintergarten 2, D-7321 Schlat, Germany M. Wilken Abteilungflir Sozio1ogie, Universitat Hannover, Karl-Wiechert-Allee 9, D-3000 Hannover 61, Germany XXXIII J. Willi Department of Psychiatry, University Hospital, Pestalozzistrasse 10-12, CH-8032 Zurich, Switzerland B.
The most dramatic biological change of all is the extension of the life span itself. 14 Social timing is also changing. Across the world there is the movement toward urbanization and industrialization, with their common effects upon the timing of education, work, and family patterns. Entry into the labor market is coming later for men, as education lengthens. But exit from the labor market is coming earlier. In the past few decades the age of retirement has dropped dramatically. A new development in my own country is the increasing number of young women, especially the highly-educated, who are postponing marriage and parenthood.
Advances in Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology by H.-J. Prill (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans-Joachim Prill, Ass. Professor Dr. Manfred Stauber, Paul-Georges Pechatschek M.D., B.Sc (eds.)