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The sexual health of men.


The sexual health of men.

Ed. by Laura Serrant-Green and John McLuskey.

Radcliffe Publishing


146 pages




Serrant-Green (health, U. of Wolverhampton, UK) and McLuskey (nursing, U. of Nottingham, UK) intend this book for those creating sexual health policy, as well as health care practitioners and teachers tasked with educating boys and men about their sexual health and with their treatment. The eight chapters provide an overview of the state of Men's sexual health in policy and society (with focus on the UK) and reviews the most common physical and psychosexual problems in men's health. Contributors also discuss sexual behavior and sexual health promotion for black and minority ethnic men, and with each issue attach suggestions for policies to encourage the education and proper treatment of men regarding the sexual health. Published by Radcliffe Publishing, UK, and distributed in the US by BookMasters.

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