Sex matters
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Sex matters

Gavin Fairbairn Professor of Professional Development, Nursing and Midwifery, University of Glamorgan

A recent overseas trip made Gavin Fairbairn reflect on his beliefs about sexualty and people with learning disabilities

I have recently returned from a visit to Poland where I visited the Catholic University of Lublin and the Centrum Metodyczne Pomocy Psychologigiczno-Pedagogicznej in the Ministry of Education in Warsaw. During my visit I presented workshops about the ethical issues that arise from the need to respond to the sexuality of people with learning difficulties.

Learning Disability Practice. 5, 2, 20-23. doi: 10.7748/ldp2002.03.5.2.20.c1476

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