Access to contraception by minors in Jamaica: a public health concern

@inproceedings{Crawford2009AccessTC,
  title={Access to contraception by minors in Jamaica: a public health concern},
  author={Tazhmoye V. Crawford and Donovan A. McGrowder and Alexay Crawford},
  booktitle={North American journal of medical sciences},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Access to contraceptive by minors (pre-adolescents and adolescents) has spurred policy and legislative debates, part of which is that in an effort to successfully meet government's objective of a healthy sexual lifestyle among minors. AIMS THIS STUDY EXAMINED FACTORS AFFECTING SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN MINORS, NAMELY: access to contraceptive advice and treatment, pregnancy, number of sexual partners, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and confidentiality. MATERIALS AND… CONTINUE READING

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