The Facts about Teenage Pregnancies
This helpful and practical book addresses the key issues surrounding this complex and emotive subject. Drawing on the latest research evidence, with a minimum of jargon, Bill Gillham examines the causes and consequences of teenage pregnancies and argues for changes to be made - including more realistic education about parenthood and greater accessibility for teenagers to contraceptive services.
The Facts About Teenage Pregnancies is an invaluable book for all professionals who work with teenagers and their families.
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