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International Primary Care Association

Clinical Focus Volume 6 N1

Contraception in Young People


Friendly, non-judgmental ‘one-stop’ services enable young people to access sexual and reproductive healthcare. Contraceptive advice should be comprehensive, addressing the young person’s needs and priorities with appropriate follow-up. Evaluating competence to consent and discussing confidentiality are core aspects of the adolescent sexual health consultation, in addition to identifying any safeguarding concerns.

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  • Authors: Sophie Khadr & Dawn Wilkinson
  • Keywords: Adolescent, Contraception, Safe Sex, Teenage Pregnancy, Sexually Transmitted Infections.
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