Publications

Bristol Royal Hospital for Children Arts Commissioning Programme

A 70 page catalogue was published which celebrated the outcomes of the Arts Commissioning Programme at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children (1997-2001) and includes further information and commentary on the project with full colour illustrations of many of the hospital interiors and artworks.

Long-term conditions and mental health

More than 4 million people in England with a long-term physical health condition also have mental health problems, and many of them experience significantly poorer health outcomes and reduced quality of life as a result.

Qualitative Research in Arts and Mental Health: Context, Meanings and Evidence, Edited by Theo Stickley

This is the first book published in the UK that brings together a range of key qualitative research studies providing evidence for the assertion that involvement in participatory arts can be specifically beneficial to people with a variety of mental health difficulties.

“Keeping Your Spirits Up” by Sarah Dale

Including a chapter about the arts and mental health this book offers strategies for maintaining optimism and energy in the face of big challenges.

Report on healthcare in London

The King's Fund has published a report on improving health and healthcare in London.

Turning Point Network evaluation report

Arts Council England has published the final evaluation report of the pilot stage of the Turning Point project.                  

‘Creative Homes – how the Arts can contribute to quality of life in residential care’

A new report has been published by the Baring Foundation in association with the National Care Forum and National Association of Activity Providers for Older People (NAPA).

Turning Point Network evaluation report

Arts Council England has published the final evaluation report of the pilot stage of the Turning Point project.

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