“It’s a difficult balance,” Dalhousie University law professor Wayne Mac Kay said.“On one hand, you have the rights of the larger society and victims within that society to have a safe environment.• Swabs and urine testing• Blood testing• What we can’t test for• Other important information Testing for some STIs are done by either a swab (swabs are like Q-tips with a long handle) or a urine test.The doctor will help you decide which testing is most appropriate for you. It is important that male clients do not urinate for 2 hours prior to the test.Victims also have the right to refuse to report the crime without reproach from any college personnel.
The three cases pit the competing need to protect public safety and the survivors of sexual assault against one of the most sacred legal tenets: The presumption of innocence.
Sexual Assault Grievance All students who are victims of sexual assault are encouraged to report to campus security that a sexual assault has occurred on campus and/or contact the Sexual Assault Counselor as possible after the alleged incident.
Complaints by or against students will be forwarded to the Dean of Student Services for resolution within existing disciplinary procedures.
So if his test is at 3pm, he should not urinate between 1pm and 3pm.
Males will need to urinate in a sterile container at our clinic. A sore/lesion must be present and testing should be done within 48 hours of the onset of the symptoms.
We think of counselling as a conversation with someone who you can trust, who won't judge you, and who wants to help.