How contraception nurses can improve teenage sexual health

Irene K Bonsu
Nursing Times 2005 February 15, 101 (7): 34-6
The rising incidence of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections among teenagers has made teenage sexual health a government priority. Contraceptive nurses can play a key role in advising young people about sexual health issues and contraception. This article discusses the factors affecting teenage sexual activity and how nurses can help young people take responsibility for their sexuality.

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