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Sexual health: get tested for free on your campus! - Bourget Campus

November 14, 2022 / 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Sexual health can be maintained and is precious for oneself and others! This is why the Student Health Service and the Public Health Space of Chambéry organize screening sessions on your campuses. This is an opportunity to make sure that everyone is safe, to check that everything is fine and to start the university year in good health.

Meet at the Student Health Service in Building 12A on the Bourget-du-Lac campus on Monday, November 14, from 9:30 am to 6 pm. No need to make an appointment for the test, just drop by when you are available! You can also bring your health or vaccination record to find out if you are protected against certain sexually transmitted diseases.

The results will be given to you during an individual interview on Monday, November 21 at the Student Health Service (building 12A), from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Contact: Student Health Service - Bourget-du-Lac campus



As a young adult, our lives are quickly overloaded. We can quickly get lost when it comes to STIs and even have a hard time scheduling an appointment to get tested. That's why the Student Health Service organizes screenings directly on our campuses!

What is an STI (sexually transmitted infection)?
These are infections that are mainly transmitted during sexual intercourse. There are many viruses or bacteria that can be transmitted in this way.

Why get tested?
To protect yourself, because some STIs can be very dangerous even though they are sometimes very easy to treat.
To protect others, because when it comes to sex, it's more fun to have fun if you take care of yourself and the people you're having fun with! In addition, some STIs are asymptomatic, meaning that you can be a carrier without knowing it.

Why do it on your campus?
Because it's convenient, fast and it's a personalized screening. You will start with a brief interview with a professional who will discuss your screening needs with you. Anonymity guaranteed: all the professionals present are bound by medical secrecy. Plus, it's free!

When to get screened in general?
As early as 7 days after taking a risk, the presence of the first STI such as gonorrhea can be detected. However, it will be necessary to wait 3 months after taking the risk in order to make sure that you are not a carrier of HIV. It is recommended to get tested once a year if you do not change your partner or if you change partners very little. If you have multiple partners, it is recommended that you be tested every 3 months.

This Info Point was written by Justine, a student in her 1st year of a Master's degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology


Date :
November 14, 2022
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
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Bourget-du-Lac Campus - Building 12A
Avenue du lac d'Annecy
Le Bourget-du-Lac, 73370 France
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