Architects for Health and SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange are organising these awards which include a category for Interior Design and Arts. The Awards will be announced at the 2nd European Healthcare Design 2016 Congress, held at the Royal College of Physicians, in London, on 27-28 June.
Islington’s Claremont Project is seeking a co-ordinator to build a London-wide coalition of organisations working with older people.
Arts Council England has launched the second round of its Research Fund designed to deepen knowledge and understanding of the impact of art and culture, and the role it plays in our experience as individuals and a society.
Creativity Works in Somerset is seeking someone to oversee the management and delivery of its co|Create programme including the support, training and development of artists in socially engaged arts practice. The company is looking for an individual with organisational and creative leadership skills and experience of supporting the work of artists.
North Middlesex University Hospitals is seeking local artists to display work designed to improve patient experience in its Outpatient and Radiotherapy departments. The hospital is keen to engage with artists local to Enfield, Haringey, Hertfordshire or Waltham Cross.
If you are involved in an arts and health project, and you would like to showcase your work to a larger audience, artsandhealth.ie is inviting applications for a €4000 bursary to produce a short film, audio documentary or publication about an arts and health project. Information meeting, Dublin – 10 March; Closing date – 6 May
An opportunity to connect with others interested in writing for wellbeing, through workshops, talks and networking. Keynote speaker and founding Lapidus member, Cheryl Moskowitz, will offer insight into our writing for wellbeing journeys. The day is hosted by the University of Chester, in their newest riverside campus.
The course is designed to cover the needs of everyone from a single disabled person wishing to do everything for themselves to a paid broker providing a full- or part-time service. Trainees should have at least a basic knowledge of the social care system and typical terminology. Read more
Discover the potential of Circle Dancing when working with people with memory loss. Learn and practice the skills to provide an activity with therapeutic benefits for people with dementia. Friday 15 April, Wolverhampton; Wednesday 11 May, London
This year’s Royal Society for Public Health’s Arts and Health Award is focusing on work in hospitals and hospices.
Abstracts are invited from individuals or groups responding to the general theme of communicating and/or encountering pain. These may be conventional conference presentations and posters, visual arts or interactive sessions.
The Southwest Foundation's Make a Difference fund is offering grants of up to £1,000 to voluntary and community groups in Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cotswold, South Gloucestershire, Swindon, Wiltshire, Exeter, North Devon, East Devon, Mid-Devon, South Hams, Torbay and Plymouth, where Sovereign’s homes exist.
The second European Healthcare Design 2016 Congress & Exhibition will be held from 27-28 June, 2016 at the Royal College of Physicians in London, UK.
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 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.