Emergency contraception
Intended for healthcare professionals
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Emergency contraception

implications for nursing practice

Emergency contraception is often misunderstood by the general public and nurses alike. This article outlines information about methods of post-coital contraception that all nurses need to provide appropriate health advice to women in any nursing setting. This article first appeared in Nursing Standard. 14, 7, 38-43. Readers who successfully completed a written ‘practice profile assessment’ on that occasion may not do so again

Emergency Nurse. 7, 8, 32-37. doi: 10.7748/en1999.

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