The ninth 2016 RSPH Health & Wellbeing Awards – including a dedicated Arts & Health Award – are now open for entry. The awards recognise and celebrate a wide range of activities, policies and strategies that empower communities and individuals, improve the population’s health and address the wider social determinants of health.
The inaugural European Healthcare Design Awards 2016 comprise ten categories across primary, secondary and tertiary levels of international healthcare provision and delivery. They will be evaluated by some of the world's leading researchers and practitioners in healthcare design.
The annual Medicine Unboxed conference is inviting students to apply for a 10-minute presentation at Medicine Unboxed: Students 2016.
Live Music Now is looking for an Operations Co-ordinator to work in its London office.
Paintings in Hospitals is seeking an enthusiastic, flexible and confident Research & Evaluation Associate to work on a range of innovative and creative assignments on a short term contract. Contract: 12 weeks, 7 hours per day, Monday to Friday Remuneration: London Living wage £9.40 p/h / Secondment opportunity
A free online course from the University of Cape Town that explores the intersection of medicine, medical anthropology and the creative arts. Different aspects of human life are explored in each of six weeks, and considered from the perspectives of people working in health sciences, social sciences and the arts.
Silver Swans™ is an opportunity for experienced dance teachers to extend their expertise and find new business opportunities through offering adult ballet classes branded as Silver Swans™.
Entelechy Arts and the Albany are looking for an experienced Volunteer Coordinator to join their unique participant/artist-led project Meet Me at the Albany (MMA).
The First International Research Conference on the Arts and Dementia will take place in March 2017. A call for papers has now been issued. From 9-10 March 2017, the Royal Society of Public Health and Canterbury Christ Church University is hosting an international conference on arts and dementia.
Drake Music team is seeking someone to develop and manage the delivery of its programmes of work across England. The organisation has bases in London, the South West (Bristol) and North West (Manchester). This is an entirely new role for Drake Music, created to meet the evolving needs of the organization alongside our 2015-18 Strategic Development Plan.
A London-wide volunteering programme partnering doctors and dentists in postgraduate training, healthcare students and public health professionals with community organisations is seeking expressions of interest.
A new project looking at the benefits of singing for those affected by cancer is offering people who are affected, including patients, staff, carers and bereaved the opportunity to join free choirs or to take part from home.
Submissions are invited for this New York conference bringing together people working in psychology to explore the role of arts in health. The theme of the conference is “how we define and develop the clinical interventions required to produce sustainable change and the role of mentalizing in this process.” Proposals are invited for:
Next June, Swansea will play host to an international conference will bring together arts practitioners, health practitioners and researchers to acknowledge and celebrate the importance and growth of storytelling for health and to understand and promote good practice. Contributions within the following three conference strands are being sought: · Sharing good practice
Arts charity and social enterprise Aesop has launched its own Marketplace to connect health decision-makers with arts in health programmes