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This year's national public health awards included two for University College London and Canterbury Christ Church University for its Museums on Prescription programme, as well as a special award for actor Michael Sheen, for his work to

The charity Help Musicians UK (HMUK) has suggested that music students should study the impact of mental health challenges on professional musicians to better prepare them for a career in the industry.

The Irish Research Council and Arts Council have announced a new strategic partnership to encourage greater collaboration between academics and the arts.

The new Memorandum of Understanding highlights four key principles: an integrated, place-based approach; building capacity and resilience of the arts and culture sector and the creative industries; extending access to arts and culture;

The National Campaign for the Arts' new awards scheme, "Hearts for the Arts", now in its second year, recognises local authorities from across the UK who invest in high-quality arts initiatives.

Clinks is seeking the views of voluntary sector organisations working with people in contact with criminal justice and/or their families.

Take part in the the first in a new annual series of consultations to gauge the scale, mood, ambitions and needs of the voluntary arts sector.

The debate takes place from 4.30-5.30pm. Please spread the word via your networks and tweet about it using the hashtags #APPGAHW and #ArtsHealthWellbeing.

Both Mind and Rethink Mental Illness have welcomed the government's forthcoming review of the 30-year-old Mental Health Act.

The CIF has joined criticisms of the Prime Minister’s conference speech for failing to provide the detail to reassure British businesses “that the government has a grip on the Brexit process”.

A new study published in The International Journal of Mental Health Promotion suggests that active participation in the arts can improve wellbeing and social inclusion for a period of at least six months after the activi

One Dance UK, People Dancing and Yorkshire Dance, supported by the National Lottery and Sport England's Active Ageing Fund, are launching a new dance programme across Leeds, Bradford and Doncaster to engage inactive people aged 55 and o

Tate Liverpool has signalled a new commitment to becoming more Autism-friendly, by holding Autism Hours every day during the National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour campaign this month.

The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) and the Welsh NHS Confederation have signed a memorandum of understanding to support the advance of good practice and research; identify how the arts could contribute to health policy, particularly throug

A survey of over 1,000 doctors conducted by suggests that the existing shortage of doctors in the UK may be set to worsen.