Championing young people's health

Louise Hunt
Tuesday, March 18, 2014

GPs and voluntary youth organisations are joining forces to improve primary care services for young people. Louise Hunt visits one of the trial projects in Liverpool and looks at the lessons learned so far.

One of the pilot schemes under the GP Champions projects has seen the Young People’s Advisory Service in Liverpool host drop-in GP and health education sessions. Picture: Victoria Tetley
One of the pilot schemes under the GP Champions projects has seen the Young People’s Advisory Service in Liverpool host drop-in GP and health education sessions. Picture: Victoria Tetley

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