Conscientious objection in medical students: a questionnaire survey
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    Why sexual and reproductive health policies might fail

    Strickland's paper in the JME highlights one of the key barriers to any policy on sexual and reproductive health matters: the attitude of the doctor to sexual health interventions.

    Although the study only involved four medical schools and the sample was not powered or stratified to be deemed representative, the views of 733 medical students out of an estimated 7,600 due to graduate this summer may be important....

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