April 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;4/16/2008, p28
The article focuses on different guidelines for providing contraceptive advice and treatment to young people under the age of consent which practitioners follow in Great Britain. In England, doctors and school nurses are able to give contraception to under-16 years old without consulting their parents or guardians, if they are satisfied that the young people is responsible of having sex. However, in Wales, contraception is not issued to young people of any age without advice on its use.


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