Publication name: Promoting a Healthy Respect: What does the evidence support
Date: 08 August 2006
Description: Healthy Respect is a sexual health and well-being partnership network, which draws together statutory and voluntary sector partners to deliver education, information and services for young people in designated areas of Lothian. The network enables young people to access support through a range of professionals and encourages youth and parental involvement where appropriate. In drawing together the proposals for Phase 2 of Healthy Respect, consideration has been given to the key headline findings from both academic research and from the internal evaluation experiences relating to teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. This briefing paper sets out the research which supports these proposals:
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