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Table of Directors of Public Health

Public Health England has published a list of all 113 Directors of Public Health in England.

New Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing

The Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing will be launched at an event on 20 January 2016 6.30pm – 9pm at the Southbank Centre.

Music and Social Change

Researcher Francois Matarasso has published a paper exploring issues in delivering music projects aimed at tackling health and social outcomes.

Technically Older

The Baring Foundation has published a report looking at some of the challenges in delivering digital arts activity with older people.

An alternative guide to mental health

The King’s Fund has produced an animated alternative guide to mental health services in the UK. The animation explores the range of services available highlighting key issues in mental health provision.

Diary project documenting life with mental health difficulties

A Day in the Life – a year-long project to collect the everyday experiences of people who experience mental health difficulties in England.

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The Arts, Health & Ageing in America 2005-2015

A Gerontologist review of progress made over a decade in the consideration of the arts as part of care for the ageing.

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International impacts of performing arts

The International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts has published an evidence review of the impacts of performing arts on society.

The review assesses the range of different research methodologies in assessing the impact of this work.

Baring analyses its impacts

The Baring Foundation has published a document detailing its funding of arts and older people activity over the past five years.

Getting On details the Foundation’s efforts “to increase the quality and quantity of the arts for older people, especially vulnerable older people”

Salisbury Hospital arts review

The University of Winchester has published a research-based evaluation of the impact of Salisbury Hospital’s arts programme on its participants: the patients (with a main focus on older people), the hospital staff and the artists.

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