Adolescent Pregnancy in an Urban Environment: Issues, Programs, and Evaluation

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The Urban Insitute, 1991 - Social Science - 398 pages
An interdisciplinary group of clinicians and researchers involved with adolescent pregnancy and prevention programs at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore presents both empirical research and firsthand program experience. The result is a practical guide for hands-on program designers and implementers as well as policymakers. The book is published jointly with Urban and Schwarzenberg, Inc.
 

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Contents

The Development of Programs at
3
Developmental Issues
11
Teenage Pregnancy
31
Part II
49
Teenage Pregnancy
59
Adolescents and Older Mothers
141
Pregnancy and Parenting Services
149
The Johns Hopkins Adolescent Pregnancy Program HAC
163
Comprehensive Versus Traditional Services
255
Part IV
279
PartV
311
The Self Center
317
Sexuality and Health Education
333
The Self Center
339
Part VI
357
Bibliography
369

Health Education
197
The Role of the Nurse Midwife and Pediatric
211
Parenting Education
245

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