Most people do not experience any symptoms of these STIs and they can be cured easily with antibiotics.
Testing is the only way to know if you have Chlamydia or gonorrhea. Together, we can help promote why it’s important to get tested, how to prevent STIs and where to get resources for sexual health.
Help us reduce the stigma surrounding getting tested for STIs by attempting to break the current Guinness World Record for the most Chlamydia and gonorrhea urine tests completed within 24 hours in a single venue by providing thousands of STI (sexually transmitted infection) tests to post-secondary students in Ottawa!
Grab some friends and help your campus win bragging rights. Be the “Pee to See” Champions!
WHO: Ottawa Public Health | Sexual Health Team in partnership with University of Ottawa Health Services, Carleton University Health and Counselling Services, La Cité Collègiale and Algonquin College Health Services and la Clinique Médicale C/Santé de la Cité collégiale.
WHAT: EVENT | “Guinness World Record Pee Challenge”
WHERE: 4 campuses
|University of Ottawa||85 University, University Centre, ground floor (promenade)||9am to 4pm|
|Carleton University||University Centre Section – 4th Floor next to Starbucks||10am to 6pm
|La Cité Collègiale||Édifice G – Cafétéria||10am to 6pm
|Algonquin College||Building D – Cafetaria – ground floor||10am to 6pm
WHEN: Tuesday, March 29, 2016