Clinical digest. Study explores barriers to sexual health services among women who misuse drugs

February 2013
Nursing Standard;2/20/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 25, p17
Academic Journal
The article discusses research which was reported in the article "Understanding Barriers to Sexual Health Service Access Among Substance-Misusing Women on the South East Coast of England" by N. L. Edelman et al. and found that women who misuse drugs find it difficult to access sexual health services.


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