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Studio Upstairs: artistic resources & education within a therapeutic community
setting. Image: Georgina Ann Gregory

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Studio Upstairs: artistic resources & education within a therapeutic community setting. Image: Georgina Ann Gregory

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Emma Lazenby

AHSW Prize 2016 Winners Announced!

All the news from our Prize Ceremony on Friday 17th June, at the Arnolfini in Bristol, including full details of this year's winners.

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Design Council

Design Council helps tackle tinnitus

A serendipitous discovery using light therapy has led to a new partnership between Leicester University and the Design Council. Research suggests the 'tint therapy' developed through the collaboration has alleviated symptoms in up to 40% of tested subjects.

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Evidence

Arts, health & wellbeing: reflections on a national seminar series and building a UK research network

An article published in 'Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice' on 10th May 2016 on the development of a national UK research network in arts and health. 

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Opportunities

Health and Wellbeing training from Dorset Community Action

Thanks to the support of LiveWell Dorset, Dorset Community Action, Bournemouth & Poole CVS's, and Health Promotion Devon these courses are being provided at an extensively subsidised rate to voluntary and charitable organisations in Dorset.

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At the Houses of Parliament.

A2B Theatre Company

Az2B seeks "to make a difference and act as a catalyst for change" through the power of theatre. Our first play "Grandma Remember Me?" looks at the wider impact of ...

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