A Positive Way to Play: Who is Responsible for Young People’s Gaming Habits

This panel will bring together industry professionals and families to discuss who is responsible for gaming behaviours in our children.

Saturday 8 February 14.00 Cubby Broccoli Cinema

In 2019 the World Health Organisation classified gaming addiction as a disorder, one which medical professionals can recognise and treat. With special clinics already being established under the NHS in Britain; this panel will bring together industry professionals and families to discuss who is responsible for gaming behaviours in our children. It is the creator, the parent or public bodies? Join video games presenter and journalist Alysia Judge (BBC, BAFTA, IGN) in understanding the reality behind our collective gaming habit.

This workshop is free to attend but booking is required. To book a space please visit our website: https://www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/whats-on/yorkshire-games-festival/positive-way-to-play


Information

Published: 31/01/2020
Audience: Parents and teachers
Contact: National Science and Media Museum

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