Improving parent-adolescent communication about sexual health

11/11/2013 | Journal of Adolescent Health

A worksite-based health promotion program for parents of adolescents can have significant short- and medium-term effects on parent–adolescent communication related to sexual health. It is also cost-effective across several measures of quality and quantity of communication between parents and their children. (Full-text access is time limited.)

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