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Clinical: Providing contraceptive care

Clinical: Providing contraceptive care

It is estimated that between 75-80% of the nation’s contraceptive care is provided in general practice and it is often the first access point for individuals who have contraceptive concerns or needs.
Providing contraceptive care

Key learning points:

General practice is often the first access point for those who have contraceptive concerns or needs.

The most effective methods are long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC).

Practice nurses can only be expected to deliver a sexual health service if they are adequately skilled and familiar with the most up-to-date clinical guidelines and national standards.


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