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eHIV-STI: 5 years on…
  1. John Evans-Jones1,
  2. Victoria Winlow2,
  3. Jackie Sherrard3
  1. 1Genitourinary Medicine, Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health, East Cheshire NHS Trust, Chester, UK
  2. 2Electronic Learning for Healthcare, Health Education England, Leeds, UK
  3. 3Genitourinary Medicine, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr John Evans-Jones, Cheshire West Sexual Health Contract, East Cheshire NHS Trust, Delamere St, Chester, CH1 4DS, UK; john.evans-jones{at}

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eHIV-STI was commissioned by Health Education England (HEE) in 2009 to form part of the Electronic Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) programme and was completed in 2012. It was developed by BASHH in collaboration with the Federation of the Royal College of Physicians of the UK.

The project as a whole is intended to be an educational resource for UK Specialty Registrars in Genitourinary Medicine (GUM), to support the acquisition of clinical knowledge and to prepare them for the compulsory diplomas in GUM and HIV. This group were consulted during the development of the project.1 The sessions link well with …

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  • Author's note JS was Clinical Lead eHIV-STI 2011-2014. JEJ is Clinical Lead eHIV-STI 2014 - present. VW is Assistant Programme Manager.

  • Contributors JE-J drafted the article. Comments and additions were made by JS and VW. eHIV-STI usage data provided by VW.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Commissioned; internally peer reviewed.