A primary health care service for Glasgow street sex workers--6 years experience of the "drop-in centre', 1989-1994.

@article{Carr1996APH,
  title={A primary health care service for Glasgow street sex workers--6 years experience of the "drop-in centre', 1989-1994.},
  author={Sharon D. Carr and David Goldberg and Lawrence Bruce Elliott and Shade Green and Clare A. Mackie and Laurence David Gruer},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={1996},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          489-97
        }
}
In Glasgow, a health and social care centre opened in 1988 principally to facilitate HIV prevention among street prostitutes, most of whom are injecting drug users. During 1992 to 1994, 551 women made 17,554 visits to the medical room which is functional 5 nights per week. The mean age of the sex workers was 26 years (range 15 to 62) and 89% injected drugs. Fifty-five per cent of the attendances were for needle/syringe exchange only whilst the remainder involved other health care provision… CONTINUE READING
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