Recruiting creative facilitators to a study on practice experiences
We’re partnering with Julia Puebla Fortier to look at the experiences of creative facilitators working on health and wellbeing, especially during COVID-19. Recruitment open now.
Are you an arts, health and wellbeing facilitator working in London, South West England, or Yorkshire and the Humber?
We invite you to participate in a research study looking at how creative facilitators navigate the potential benefits and challenges of delivering arts, health and wellbeing activities, including during the practice changes resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are interested in facilitators’ experiences of successes and challenges in this work, your perceptions of your personal capacity (such as skills, training, attitudes) to respond to those you work with, your own responses to participants’ challenges or distress, and how COVID-19 has affected your practice. We’d especially like to hear from you if you use drama or performance in your work, and/or if you are an early career practitioner.
This study is part of Julia Puebla Fortier’s doctoral degree research at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and being conducted using a participatory approach with facilitators and partner organisations, including Arts & Health South West; the Cultural, Health & Wellbeing Alliance; the London Arts in Health Forum; Arts & Health Hub; creativeShift; and others.
For more information about the project and how to participate, please visit the webpage >>
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