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A Survey of Teenagers’ Views of Sex and Relationships Education and
Sexual Health Services in Kent
This survey was carried out by the Centre for Health Services
Studies (CHSS) as part of a broader programme of study into
teenagers’ views and experiences of sex and relationship education,
sexual health services and family support services in Kent.
Making the links between Alcohol and Sexual Health
The Sexual Health Policy Team in collaboration with the Alcohol
Policy Team want to strengthen the links between sexual health and
alcohol at a national and local level. A workshop held on 5 May
2009 provided the opportunity to outline the key policy drivers and
current research in the two overlapping areas. Read the
results from this day.
Looked-After Children’s Views of Sex and Relationships Education
and Sexual Health Services
This document reports on the findings from a project exploring
teenage looked-after children’s views of sex and relationships
education and sexual health services.
Promoting the emotional health of children and young
Guidance for Children’s Trust partnerships, including how to
deliver NI 50
Self-Efficacy: Addressing Behavioural Attitudes Towards Risky
An International Literature Review - Final Report
The report summarises the work of the cross-frontier group which
was established, within the framework of Interreg IV, to consider
the concept of self-efficacy.
Teenage Parents’ Experiences of Parenthood and Views of Family
Support Services in Kent - Service Users Report,
This document reports on the second part of a study exploring the
views and experiences of teenage parents across Kent. The young
people had been interviewed during the third trimester of the
pregnancy and were interviewed again approximately one year after
the birth of their child.
Student Reading List No.17 - Teenage Pregnancy and
National Children’s Bureau, Library and Information Service
Grasping the nettle: early intervention for children, families and
A practice guide executive summary to the challenges and
opportunities in supporting children, families and communities
through early intervention, based on effective local, national and
Keeping children off the bottle in Bradford
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council is making
encouraging progress in tackling child drinking. This involves an
innovative range of education and awareness programmes as well as
marketing and law enforcement campaigns.
Partner exploitation and violence in teenage intimate
This landmark report from the University of Bristol and the NSPCC
looks at the issue of partner violence in teenage intimate
relationships. It is the first UK research on teenage partner
violence – spanning England, Scotland and Wales – providing a
detailed picture of the incidence and impact of this form of
violence on the lives of young people.
Puppet on a string - The urgent need to cut children free from
This report looks at how we need to raise awareness to improve
early identification of child sexual exploitation; to improve
statutory responses and the provision of services; to improve data
on the prevalence of child sexual exploitation, to strengthen the
evidence base and to support professionals to appropriately share
information; and to improve prosecution procedures.
Sexualisation of Young People - Review
This report was commissioned by the Home Office Violent Crime Unit
as part of the Together We Can End Violence Against Women
consultation, launched in early 2009. The consultation called for
‘a fact-finding review into the sexualisation
of teenage girls’.