Lucía Sapiña 115POSTS

Two Cultures Observatory, Mètode.

Journalism graduate by the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Masters Degree in History of Science and Science Communication by the University of Valencia. She is a member of the Two Cultures Observatory, a multidisciplinary research group of the University of Valencia that focuses on the links between journalism and science. Now her research is focused on the communication of cancer, both in press and social networks.

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In the winter of 2015/16, Mètode devoted a monograph to health communication, specially focusing on the role played by mass media in issues such as sanitary crisis, the stigmatization of some illness or public health campaigns.
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The documentary presented by Patty Bonet allows the public tu step into her skin – or rather her eyes – since the images we see reflect the visual impairment of a person with type OCA4 albinism.
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Good communication is fundamental in the promotion and maintenance of individual and collective health. Despite the vast amount of information we can currently access,

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Martí Domínguez Maurizio Gotti is the Head of the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies of the University of Bergamo (Italy). One of

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Reporting biomedical research is not easy. On the one hand, research teams should be able to share their results in a coherent and comprehensible manner. In

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Pepa Granados Francisca García Abad is Professor of Library and Information Science and Professor of History of Science

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Irene Yuste  In 2013 actor Michael Douglas said in an  interview that the tongue cancer he had suffered three years

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Lucía Sapiña Science in Valencia gathers great professionals and vast knowledge, but lacks better funding and a more

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Miguel Lorenzo Recently, Mètode published an article where we presented a list of the most followed scientists on Twitter, a text written by the staff

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Mètode Communicate science in 140 characters or less. Barely a headline or a catchy sentence to hook the

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