A serious game for saving lives
Published Friday, February 9, 2018 3:50PM MST
It’s hard to escape headlines filled with fentanyl-related deaths and the tragic stories told by loved ones left in the wake of the drug.
Among the many public awareness campaigns emerging in response to the opioid epidemic is the creative work of physicians at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
It’s a game called “Doctors Against Tragedies”, and if it looks familiar, that’s because it’s inspired by the party game “Cards Against Humanity.”
Dr. Michiko Maruyama, U of A cardiac surgery resident & creator calls the game fun and educationa. The website says the game isn't there to scare you, they just want you to know the facts about fentanyl and opioid use..