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Provision of contraception and its influence on abortion

Provision of contraception and its influence on abortion

Sexual health

Nurses have a key role to play in the provision of contraception, advice and information to patients. The provision of contraception is important because it reduces the rate of unplanned pregnancy and allows spacing of families, which, in turn, improves women's health. Edna Astbury-Ward reviews the options available to patients

Edna Astbury-Ward
MSc, RGN, Dip HEd, Cert Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Cert Counselling
Contraception and Sexual Health Nurse Western Cheshire PCT,
Chester
Doctoral Research Fellow

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