•Developing arts in health projects with communities and schools
• Workforce learning programmes that bring creativity to health promotion, targeted for specific professions and groups, or for a mix of professions and disciplines to support effective partnership working
• Research and evaluation in community-based arts in health
• Co-mentoring and reflective practice in the workplace
• Network development – locally, nationally and internationally
We span theory and practice and have over twenty years’ experience of developing research-guided arts in health projects in healthcare settings, schools and communities. We are internationally acclaimed for our pioneering work, and we lead on arts projects for the influential Centre for Medical Humanities at Durham University.