Culture on referral: sharing our findings, Online Event
Dr Robyn Dowlen from the Centre for Cultural Value presents the findings from this recent review of research into culture on referral.
About this Event
With a growing belief that there is an important role for the arts and culture in supporting people’s health and wellbeing, the Centre for Cultural Value has published its first research digest, exploring the evidence surrounding culture on referral programmes.
Dr Robyn Dowlen from the Centre for Cultural Value presents the findings from this recent review of research into culture on referral, sharing what we can be certain of, where there is emerging evidence and where future research is required to strengthen the evidence base.
Take part in a discussion chaired by Alex Coulter, Director of Arts and Health South West with invited contributors, Gavin Clayton, CEO at Hoot Creative Arts, Christiana Melam, CEO at National Association of Link Workers and Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Biology at UCL, to debate the findings, whilst gaining an insight into the learning and critical reflections around the key themes of the digest.
This event is also part of Beyond Measure, a collaboration between the Leeds Arts Health and Wellbeing Network, Cultural Institute and Centre for Cultural Value. Beyond Measure is a programme of digital engagement exploring research and evidence in culture and health.
How to Book
The session takes places on Zoom. Read Zoom’s accessibility FAQ’s here https://zoom.us/accessibility/faq
Registration is free on Eventbrite.
Live transcription by a Palantypist (Speech to Text Reporter) is provided for this session. Transcription will be available on Zoom captions, and on StreamText.net.
This event is part of the Centre for Cultural Value Festival of Ideas 2-13 November 2020 https://www.culturalvalue.org.uk/events/
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