The Students and Trainees on Medical Placements (STOMP): Tackling Discrimination Study

STOMP is a mixed-methods study exploring medical students’ experience of inappropriate comments or behaviour from patients pertaining to the students’ protected characteristics, and the extent to which the training they receive at medical school empowers them to deal with and/or escalate these interactions appropriately.  

This study is being run by a team from the University of Bristol (UK), where it has received ethical approval (21/5/21, Ref 111262), funded by The Dunhill Medical Trust.  

Here’s the survey and you can find the participant information here.