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