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ST40 report from Spare Tyre theatre

ST40 is an online heritage project collecting the history of the participatory arts movement and the role Spare Tyre has played within it.

Supervision and Support - A collation of questions, finding and resources from LAHF

On September 18th 2018 London Arts in Health Forum hosted a discussion event to explore the need for support for artists own health and wellbeing when they are delivering arts and health activity.

Strength in Networks

A comparative analysis of six creative interventions designed for people diagnosed  with dementia across England and Wales

Reimagining Community Care

The King’s Fund has published a comprehensive report exploring NHS community services and calling for greater input for voluntary services.

The report analyses the current provision of community services and decries the silos which create challenges in health and care provision.

Arts in Health and Arts Therapies - A Statement Of Principles

Arts in health encompasses a number of different areas of practice including improving healthcare environments, participatory arts activity, medical training and arts therapies.

GDPR Guidance

Voluntary Arts has produced a useful guide for organisations to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which changes the way organisations must manage people’s data.

Safe to be me

Age UK has collaborated with the older LGBT charity Opening Doors London to produce a free resource pack for professionals called ‘Safe to be me’ that addresses meeting the needs of older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people using health and social care services.

Publication Prescriptions: Artists’ Books on Wellbeing and Medicine

The exhibition catalogue Prescriptions: Artists’ Books on Wellbeing and Medicine has been published: it explores the role book arts can play in raising awareness of the richness and value of lived accounts of illn

Conversations about dying

Age UK has produced a new booklet designed to open up conversations about death and dying.

Independent Review of the Creative Industries (DCMS)

Sir Peter Bazalgette's review was commissioned by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and explores areas in which government and industry should work together to develop a Sector Deal for the Creative Industries as part of the government's Industrial Strategy.

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