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:
- Sexual and reproductive health
- Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Abuse
- Health and nutrition
- Cardiovascular and cancer prevention
- Basic Life Support and First Aid
- Organ and Blood Donation
- Vaccination and Antimicrobial Resistance
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then contact you with all the details.
In your e-mail, please include:
- which topic
- how many
classes would you like to ask for.
Should you have any further questions or inquiries, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.