Creative Facilitation: exploring the experiences of arts, health and wellbeing facilitators, before and during COVID-19
You’re invited to learn more about a research project on how creative facilitators navigate the potential benefits and challenges of delivering arts, health and wellbeing activities.
You’re invited to learn more about a research project on how creative facilitators navigate the potential benefits and challenges of delivering arts, health and wellbeing activities. Arts and Health South West Research Associate, Julia Puebla Fortier, is interested in facilitators’ experiences of successes and challenges in this work, their perceptions of their personal capacity (such as skills, training, attitudes), how they respond to participants’ challenges or distress, and how COVID-19 has affected your practice.
This study is part of Julia’s doctoral degree research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and is being conducted using a participatory approach with facilitators and partner organisations, including Arts and Health South West; the Cultural, Health & Wellbeing Alliance; and the London Arts in Health Forum.
We’ll start recruitment for this study in late August/early September. If you’d like to learn more and receive updates, please look at the project blog: https://artsandwellbeingpractice.wordpress.com/
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