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NICE guidance on prevention of STIs and teenage pregnancies

The new NICE (2007) guidance focuses on one-to-one interventions that aim to address the personal factors influencing sexual behaviour in order to cut sexually transmitted infections and teenage pregnancies, especially among vulnerable and at-risk groups. It is aimed at practice nurses, sexual health nurses, community nurses, community contraceptive services, school nurses, and midwives and health visitors who provide antenatal, post-natal and child development services.

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