Teenage pregnancy, better prevention and a sexual health game for young people

Crouch, Viv
January 2002
Education & Health;2002, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p13
Focuses on how to prevent and reduce rates of teenage pregnancy in Great Britain, based on the comprehensive Government Teenage Pregnancy Strategy launched by the Teenage Pregnancy Unit. Relationship between sex and relationship education (SRE) and sexual promiscuity; Role of school nurses in SRE and in preventing teenage pregnancy; Confidentiality issues connected with availing of sexual health services for young people; Game that could be used in SRE lessons.


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