Public health

Aesop/BOP Active Ingredients report

Aesop and BOP Consulting have published a new approach to helping practitioners and commissioners in the arts and social sectors to understand more about how arts interventions actually work.

Strength in Networks

A comparative analysis of six creative interventions designed for people diagnosed  with dementia across England and Wales

Reimagining Community Care

The King’s Fund has published a comprehensive report exploring NHS community services and calling for greater input for voluntary services.

The report analyses the current provision of community services and decries the silos which create challenges in health and care provision.

Quick guide to partnerships between arts organisations and health commissioners

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations has co-produced The Art of the Possible with the Association of Directors of Public Health to support closer partnership work to prevent illness and improve existing conditions.

Report and video from Singing for Better Breathing

This new report and video from the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health sets out the findings from the Lambeth and Southwark Singing and COPD Project.

Report on the impact of allied health professionals, including arts therapists

Public Health England has published research analysing the impact of allied health professionals on public health.

Table of Directors of Public Health

Public Health England has published a list of all 113 Directors of Public Health in England.

Music and Social Change

Researcher Francois Matarasso has published a paper exploring issues in delivering music projects aimed at tackling health and social outcomes.

Pop for health education

A new paper on health and social marketing explores the potential for pop music to be harnessed as a health education tool.

The paper is one of a range of resources at http://www.sexanddrugsandrockandhealth.com/

Creating Health Collaborative

A group of leading health researchers and academics have joined together to produce a new report exploring potential ways in which healthcare provision could be developed.

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