By the end of 2020, Museum has mounted three educational programmes as part of the ‘Complex health promotion and disease prevention measures’ project (Nr. 9.2.4.1/16/I/001) financed by the European Social Fund.

Educational programme ‘The Effect of Alcohol on the Adolescent Body’. 

The programme aims to raise awareness of the impact that alcohol has on the human body, presenting the issue through a historical lens and helping, among other things, understand the potential risk of alcohol addiction for a young organism and encourage school-age children and teenagers to choose a healthy harm-free lifestyle.

Venue: Permanent exhibition of Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine, Riga, Antonijas iela 1.

Target audience: 7th‒12th grade students.

Educational programme ‘Your Healthy Nutrition’ 

The programme aims to raise awareness of the significance of healthy daily nutrition, presenting the issue through a historical lens, and encourage adhering to the principles of healthy diet in everyday life.

Venue: Permanent exhibition of the Latvian Museum of Pharmacy, Riga, 13 Riharda Vāgnera iela 13.

Target audience: 5th‒8th grade students.

Educational programme ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health’ 

The programme aims to increase students’ knowledge and promote skills in the sexual and reproductive health area, encourage building respectful and responsible relationships. The objectives of the programme include raising awareness of the significance of sexual and reproductive health in human life, the role of responsible relationships in sexual and reproductive health, use of contraception, the risks of sexually transmissive diseases and importance of disease prevention, as well as the medical and social aspects of abortion.

Venue: The ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health’ exhibition at Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine, Riga, Antonijas iela 1.

Target audience: 9th‒12th grade students. 

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Model of a GAZ-22D ambulance car produced in Gorky car factory. Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), 1960s
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