An exploratory study to test STASH, a peer-led intervention to prevent and reduce STI transmission and improve sexual health in secondary schools (2016-2019)
Traditional school sexual health interventions have mixed effects on the sexual health of young people. We think these may be improved by using a peer lead digital interactive platform. Our feasibility study and pilot trial aims to assess the barriers and facilitators of implementing the new intervention in secondary schools and determining the parameters for a full randomised control trial.
PI with contact: Laurence Moore (MRC/CSO Social and Public Sciences Unit Glasgow University), Kirstin Mitchell (MRC/CSO Social and Public Sciences Unit Glasgow University), Lisa McDaid (MRC/CSO Social and Public Sciences Unit Glasgow University), Julia Bailey (University College London), Lawrie Elliott (Glasgow Caledonian University), Sarah Barry (University of Glasgow), Rachael Hunter (University College London), Juliana Pugmire (Glasgow University), Debra Stuart (Glasgow University), Jill Pell (Glasgow University), Sharon Simpson (Glasgow University). Contact: Lawrie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funder and amount: National Institute for Health Research Public Health Programme £451K