Arts, health and wellbeing. Reflections on a seminar series and building a UK research network.

T Stickley, H Parr, S Atkinson, Norma Daykin, S Clift, T De Nora, S Hacking, P Camic, T Joss, T White, S Hogan

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Abstract

An account is provided of a UK national seminar series on Arts, Health and Wellbeing funded by the Economic and Social Research Council during 2012–13. Four seminars were organised addressing current issues and challenges facing the field. Details of the programme and its outputs are available online. A central concern of the seminar programme was to provide a foundation for creating a UK national network for researchers in the field to help promote evidence-based policy and practice. With funding from Lankelly Chase Foundation, and the support of the Royal Society for Public Health, a Special interest Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing was launched in 2015.
Original languageEnglish
JournalArts & Health An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice
Publication statusPublished - 10 May 2016

Keywords

  • Arts
  • health
  • wellbeing
  • research
  • network

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Stickley, T., Parr, H., Atkinson, S., Daykin, N., Clift, S., De Nora, T., ... Hogan, S. (2016). Arts, health and wellbeing. Reflections on a seminar series and building a UK research network. Arts & Health An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice.
Stickley, T ; Parr, H ; Atkinson, S ; Daykin, Norma ; Clift, S ; De Nora, T ; Hacking, S ; Camic, P ; Joss, T ; White, T ; Hogan, S. / Arts, health and wellbeing. Reflections on a seminar series and building a UK research network. In: Arts & Health An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. 2016.
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Stickley, T, Parr, H, Atkinson, S, Daykin, N, Clift, S, De Nora, T, Hacking, S, Camic, P, Joss, T, White, T & Hogan, S 2016, 'Arts, health and wellbeing. Reflections on a seminar series and building a UK research network.', Arts & Health An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice.

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