One of the main profiles of BMSA is prevention and raising awareness. We try to spread a health-oriented way of living, along with preventing communicable and non-communicable diseases through providing basic preventive information. Members of our prevention sections give lessons to elementary and high school students in eight main topics:

  1. Sexual and reproductive health
  2. Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Abuse
  3. Health and nutrition
  4. Cardiovascular and cancer prevention
  5. Basic Life Support and First Aid
  6. Organ and Blood Donation
  7. Vaccination and Antimicrobial Resistance
  8. Children’s health (Teddy Bear hospital)

Preventive teaching includes the following possibilities:

  • 45- or 90-minute-long classes
  • healthdays (whole-day events with lessons going simultaneously in several different topics, meaning students can attend more than one on the same day )
  • annual prevention programme (attending 6-8 lectures of the selected topic from September to May)
  • themed afternoons (programmes focusing on a single topic for an afternoon, 3-4 times annually )

For further information on each section’s work and topics, please select from the menu bar on the left.

Members of any section has to take part in a compulsory training on each topic. We provide several  further training opportunities during the semesters. 
If you are here to ask us to give a lesson on any of the listed prevention related topics, please send us an e-mail to We will then contact you with all the details.

In your e-mail, please include:

  • which topic
  • where
  • how many 

classes would you like to ask for.

Should you have any further questions or inquiries, feel free to contact us at