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Looked-After Children’s Views of Sex and Relationships Education and Sexual Health Services. Full report.

By Jenny R. Billings, Ferhana Hashem and Jan Macvarish


This document reports on the findings from a project exploring teenage looked-after children’s views of sex and relationships education and sexual health services. Commissioned and funded by the Kent Teenage Pregnancy Partnership, this project formed part of a larger programme of study on teenage pregnancy that took place across Kent between 2004 and 2007

Topics: HV, RA0421, RJ101
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2007
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