Posted at 4:29 PM on April 10, 2008
by Julia Schrenkler
Euan Kerr at Movie Natters blogged that the documentary 'At Your Cervix' comes to town. I'm really interested in the reaction to this film, because Kerr notes,
"I talked to Goddard this morning about why she began began developing the project and what she hopes will happen with the film once it's completed later this year.
She says she realizes it's not likely to get a full cinematic release, but she thinks it will have a life on the festival circuit, and then as a teaching tool. She thinks it could be particularly useful in ethics classes."
Why ethics classes? Earlier in the blog entry Kerr reveals, "Shockingly, many medical personnel learn the procedure by practicing on women sedated for some other procedure. Often these patients have no idea they are being used for medical training, and never find out."
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