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Teenager Parents' Views and Experiences of Sex and Relationships Education, Sexual Health Services and Family Support Services in Kent. Service Users Report, Postnatal

By Jenny R. Billings and Jan Macvarish


This document reports on the second part of a study exploring the views and experiences of teenage parents across Kent. The young people had been interviewed during the third trimester of the pregnancy and were interviewed again approximately one year after the birth of their child. The research was conducted as part of a larger study into teenagers' views and experiences of sex and relationships eduction, sexual health services and family support services in the county

Topics: H, HM
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2007
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