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Creative and Credible is surveying arts and health practitioners to explore issues that arise in evaluating arts and health activities.

The re-appointed Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, has set out his priorities for the next five years.

NHS England has launched a new programme to encourage local hospitals to work together, sharing back office administration and management between different sites.

The Care Quality Commission has published its annual survey of almost 59,000 inpatients which indicates the majority of respondents are positive about their hospital stay, with 84% rating their experience seven or above out of 10.

A new report by the Mayor of London highlights the key role that culture plays in supporting people and communities to live happier lives.

The Campaign to End Loneliness has developed a new tool to enable organisations to measure the impact of their services on loneliness.

Hundreds of events are now listed as part of Creativity and Wellbeing Week and Creativity and Wellbeing Plus.

Outside In has launched an online shop offering artworks from across the country by artists who have traditionally been excluded from the arts world – often as a result of ill health or disability.

CultureCase, the web-based resource designed to make accessible academic research into the outputs of the arts, is celebrating its first birthday.

The latest issue of Poetry Express Newsletter is now available online.

The magazine includes a range of literary and art work by people with experience of the mental health system.

A number of think tanks and writers focusing on health and arts policy have published responses to the General Election results.

LAHF is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Trustees to its Board of Directors.

The full programme of events for Creativity and Wellbeing Week and Creativity and Wellbeing Plus is now available online (www.creativityandwellbeing.org.uk).