A groundbreaking report released earlier today aims to guide clinical practice to better serve the sexual and reproductive health needs of male patients. The report, “Preventive Male Sexual and Reproductive Health Care: Recommendations for Clinical Practice,” is developed by the Male Training Centerfor Family Planning and Reproductive Health (Male Training Center), a collaboration between AccessMatters and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The Male Training Center, previously funded by the Office of Family Planning, Office of Population Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, works to help improve family planning and reproductive health service delivery for males.
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