Understanding and living with teenagers is not easy. With the series 'Visions of Science' we can learn to relate better with them.
This winter the cycle Visons Science offers a set of keys from the perspective of public health that provide access to adequate information to better relate to youth and adolescents.
Visions of Science is a cycle of talks coordinated by Lluís Reales that is done throughout the year in various librarys of Barcelona and which aims to disseminate issues related to the world of science.
7.30 pm, Monday, February 3
Clues to interact with teenagers
Eva Bach, writer and pedagogue expert in adolescence
7 pm, Monday, February 10
Is the trail we leave in social networks dangerous?
Victor Monte, journalist and managing partner of Zinkdo
Biblioteca Camp de l'Arpa-Caterina Albert
7 pm, Monday, February 17
What drugs do young people consume?
Núria Calzada, Energy Control
Biblioteca Vila de Gràcia
7 pm, Monday, February 24
What foods cause young people overweight?
Gemma Navarro, Head of Food and Dietetics, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau
Biblioteca Sagrada Familia
7.30 pm, Monday, March 3
Addiction to technology
Jordi Romañach, digital journalism specialized in business communication, author of the book 'Digital Diet'
7 pm, Monday, March 10
Symptoms of violence in partner relationships
Begoña Odriozola, psychologist
7 pm, Monday, March 17
Sex education at home and in school
Elena Crespi, psychologist and sexologist
Further information: Biblioteques de Barcelona
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