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Colour Impact On Blood Pressure Of Adolescents
 
Project of The III. secondary school Split 
 

    Participating Schools:  1. III. secondary school Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school)
2. Medical school Split
3.
 
Date:  January 27, 2014
 
Project Leaders:  1. Vesna Dobronić (vesna.dobronic@skole.hr)
2. Silvana Karabatić Knezović
(silvana.karabatic.knezovic@st.t-com.hr

 
Koordinators:  1. Vesna Dobronić, prof. (vesna.dobronic@skole.hr)
2. 
Gorana Rosandić  (gorana.rosandic@skole.hr)
 
Leader
 
III. secondary school, Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school)
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1.  Dora Knezović
2. Karlo Krivaja
3. Ana Banić
4.
 
Target Group: 
 
Students from III. secondary school, Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school) and students from Medical School Split
 
Project Objectives: 

The aim of the project is to perceive in which way and to what extent colours affect blood pressure and heart rhythm of adolescents.
 

Tasks: 
 

To teach adolescents about the characteristics of blood pressure and heart rate, and show the connection between condition of the circulatory system and external factors that we can affect on (the accent is on colours).
 

Collaborators: 
 

 
 

Place of implementation: 
 
III. secondary school, Split (Science and mathematics program secondary school) and Medical School Split
 
Duration (phases):
 

From March to Octobar 2014
 

Expected Results: 
 
Exposure to certain colours can have an effect on blood pressure and heart rate in adolescents.
 
Risk Factors:   

    
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