School nurse numbers must increase to meet SRE needs

April 2015
Community Practitioner;Apr2015, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
An excerpt from the article "School nurse numbers must increase to meet SRE needs" is presented which discusses the need for schools in Great Britain to increase the number of school nurses to meet their needs for sex and relationship education (SRE).


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