An anonymous paired questionnaire (input/output) was used to assess the efficacy of the programme. The input questionnaire, with a unique ID, was distributed among the students prior to commencement of the educational programme; this questionnaire served as the baseline evaluation of participants’ knowledge about the problems of HIV before education. The questionnaire contains 12 questions, beginning with the data about the participant—sex and age. The student subsequently answers 10 test questions on sexually transmitted diseases, choosing from multiple-choice options (the answer “I don’t know” is always one of the options). After education, the students filled in the output questionnaire with the same ID and with questions identical to those in the input questionnaire, supplemented with the possibility to evaluate the programme on a scale from 1 to 5 and to add an open comment.

The questionnaire used in this study was based on the one published in our previous pilot study about the educational programme [17]. In addition, two questions (8, 9, see Appendix A) in the questionnaire were changed during data collection.

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