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A Survey of Teenagers' Views of Sex and Relationships Education and Sexual Health Services in Kent. Full report.

By Jenny R. Billings, Charlotte L. Hastie, Linda M. Jenkins and Jan Macvarish

Abstract

This report provides the methodological outline and findings of Project One. The purpose of this project was to:\ud . describe how teenagers currently get information about sexual health and relationships and the value placed on these sources\ud . identify the nature, strengths and weaknesses of sexual health education received\ud . ascertain the up-take, strengths and weaknesses of any sexual health services used in the community\ud . describe the extent to which education and health services have prepared young people and whether they have influenced behaviour\ud . identify ways services can be improve

Topics: HN, RA0421
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:24670

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