A fun and efficient tool to talk about STBBIs and to answer your children's questions.

Finding it hard to broach the subject with your children? The game “STBBIs: Under the Stethoscope” gives kids 12 years and up an opportunity to learn about sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) in a fun, interactive way. Taking on the role of a doctor, players conduct consultations in an STBBI clinic. Through different diagnostic choices, your child will learn more about the risks related to STBBIs, develop decision-making skills and learn how to make informed and healthy choices.

Studies show that sex education is much more effective if parents are involved. So why not try playing “STBBIs: Under the Stethoscope” too? You might be surprised to learn something, and it might make it easier to discuss the subject with your child.

Developed in partnership with Tel-jeunes and the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, the game ties into the secondary cycle 1 science and technology curriculum. It relates to the “Health and Well-Being” broad area of learning, which has the following educational intent: To ensure that students develop a sense of responsibility for adopting good living habits with respect to health, safety and sexuality.

The game can also be used to implement the sex education contents determined by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. More specifically, it deals with topics covered under the theme STBBIs and pregnancy for secondary 2 and 3.

If you have questions, comments or suggestions about the game, or if you wish to suggest that your child’s teacher use the game in class, please complete our contact form.

The game “STBBIs: Under the Stethoscope” is the result of a co-creation with a Dalbé-Viau High School class.

Listen to Radio Canada's program on this innovative process (in French only): Les années lumière