In partnership between British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), British Columbia Mental Health and Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS), University of British Columbia (UBC) and other stakeholders, we created a collaboration to work on transformative projects to improve outcomes related to Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections (STBBIs) for people with lived and living experience of incarceration (PWLLE-I). A key value of our projects is to ensure core work is relevant to key stakeholders by engaging them across project timelines. Key stakeholders include, but are not limited to, PWLLE-I, Indigenous peoples, members from LGBTQ2+, health care workers who work in prisons, corrections officers, and experts in serving/engaging/researching with key populations.


STBBI factsheet for Correctional Officers and Staff

Publication date: 2022
This is a fact sheet on STBBIs that is aimed specifically at people who work in correctional settings who are not health care workers, such as Wardens, Correctional Officers, or Programs Officers.

STBBI prevalence in correctional settings fact sheet

Publication date: 2022
This is a fact sheet aimed at Health Care Workers, particularly those who work in Correctional Health Care settings. It presents the prevalence of Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections (STBBIs) among people who are incarcerated, compared to the overall...

Deck of STBBI fact playing cards

Publication date: 2022
The accompanying printer proof is for a deck of playing cards created by the You Matter: Pathways to STBBI (Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections) Care Team at BC Centre for Disease Control. The cards contain basic STBBI, health, and fun facts. The printer...