Nurses’ pivotal role in sex education
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Nurses’ pivotal role in sex education

Christian Duffin Freelance writer

Only one in five 14-21 year olds are confident about discussing menstruation with parents or teachers

There is a perception that sex education has improved in the UK in recent years, but a study by Plan International UK, which campaigns for better access to healthcare and education, has shown that there is still some way to go.

Primary Health Care. 27, 10, 10-10. doi: 10.7748/phc.27.10.10.s8

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