Abstracts of research poster presentation Session II: Sexual behavior and contraception| Volume 48, ISSUE 2, SUPPLEMENT , S106, February 01, 2011

170. Male Adolescents' Sexual and Reproductive Health Care: What Services Should be Delivered in Primary Care?

      Sexually active male adolescents have significant unmet sexual/reproductive health (SRH) needs in the primary care setting. However, adolescent SRH care has historically focused on women. Clinic visit types by male adolescents change as they get older – from annual visits to acute visits. Some studies also show that primary care providers' delivery of adolescent preventive services is more common during acute than well visits. Thus, the goal of this study was to examine experts' perceptions about the importance in delivering SRH services to young men by visit type.
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