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Founded in spring 2021, the Student and Trainee Association for Sexual Health and HIV (STASHH) aims to improve recruitment to genitourinary medicine (GUM) through facilitation and provision of clinical and academic opportunities for medical students (MSs) and prespecialty doctors (PSDs). STASHH employs four pillars to achieve its aims: education, mentoring, recruitment and projects.1 2
STASHH provides monthly educational webinars showcasing the breadth of specialised services delivered under the umbrella of GUM. Evaluation of the first five webinars suggests they have been well received, with an average of 140 sign-ups and 82 attendees each (highest of 110). Attendees received a certificate upon completing a feedback form. Feedback was positive, with attendees valuing the passion and expertise of speakers. Attendees demonstrated a high baseline self-reported topic interest (scored out of 5) with a mean increase of 9.3% following attendance. Attendance was commonly motivated by limited prior GUM teaching.
To reach those with a lower …
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