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  1. Jackie A Cassell
  1. Professor of Primary Care Epidemiology, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Brighton, UK
  1. Correspondence to Profesoor Jackie A Cassell; jackiecassell{at}

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It’s nearly a decade since I began as Editor in Chief of Sexually Transmitted Infections‚ and it is still a treat to put together a new issue. Since I began the world of medical publishing has transformed the mission of a professional journal like this, which primarily exists to serve and to educate a community of healthcare practitioners while reaching out to a global audience. Yet still, as I put together an issue aimed at the (mainly) BASHH community who look forward to the thud of the journal on their doormat, the process of choosing and ordering material for an issue is an important opportunity for connexion with our readers. Nearly all our content—with the exception of letters and fillers—is published online well before it reaches the print journal. With the help of our Twitter and Facebook accounts, it reaches readers across the world on the day of publication. So what is …

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