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Doctoral Studentship: ‘Representing Communities: Developing the Creative Power of People to Improve Health and Well-being’ at University of Leeds

A funding opportunity at the University of Leeds for someone wanting to do PhD research on how questions of community health and wellbeing interact with twentieth-century literary fictions. The doctoral researcher will conduct an in-depth study of health and wellbeing … Continue reading

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A Provocation Piece: Proposing a universal ‘model’ of the inner workings of participatory arts practice…

Walking the high wire – proposing a universal ‘model’ of the inner workings of participatory arts practice… Reblogged from ArtWorks October web-bulletin : http://mailer-phf.org.uk/876-1VMI9-50BIHKZ8D2/cr.aspx Posted there by Molly Courtice on October 7, 2013 at 9:42 ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings is a network, … Continue reading

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Hardly Anything To Add, Everything To Act Upon

Mike White, Senior Research Fellow in Arts and Health in the Centre for Medical Humanities at Durham University, writes: Check out this blog post summary of the Bristol arts and health conference from Clive Parkinson at MMU.  Oh my, did … Continue reading

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RCTs – The Holy Grail of Arts in Health?

Mike White, Senior Research Fellow in Arts and Health in the Centre for Medical Humanities at Durham University, writes: On a humid June day in London, I attended a ‘hothouse’ seminar arranged by the Public Engagement Foundation for the purpose … Continue reading

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