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LAHF would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone involved in this year's Creativity and Wellbeing Week. The festival was the biggest yet and we are still recovering!

The VCSE Alliance succeeds the Health and Care Strategic Partner Programme, which ended on 31 March 2017, and has been created to

Control of health and social care is about to be devolved in Surrey, following the model set by Greater Manchester.

The King’s Fund has published on the likely impact the election will have had on policy regarding the NHS.

Primary care minister David Mowat and Nicola Blackwood, parliamentary under-secretary of State for Public Health and Innovation, both lost seats, to Labour and the Liberal Democrats respectively.

Lord Clement-Jones, the Liberal Democrat Lords spokesperson for the culture, media and sport, told a Creative Industries Federation pre-election event that rental costs are squeezing artists out of UK cities, and called on the sector to

The What Works Centre for Wellbeing (a non-profit, independent research centre) is working with Brunel University and others on an evidence review into the impact of visual arts on adults with mental health issues.

Thanks to a grant from the UK Treasury, and during its 40th anniversary year, LMN will be using LIBOR funds to provide interactive concerts to veterans of the armed services at care homes in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Englis

LAHF is offering a short introductory course for doctors, allied health professionals and nurses interested in learning more about the potential of the arts to impact on health.