CW+ Conversations | Arts in hospitals during COVID-19: Time to reflect
About this Event
Arts in Hospitals During COVID-19: Time to Reflect will bring together a group of people with an interest in hospital arts programmes to share experiences and exchange ideas about evaluation during the pandemic. It is organised in association with the Arts, Heritage and Design in Healthcare Network which is hosted by the NHS national performance advisory group (NPAG).
The pandemic had impacts for everyone working with the arts in or with health and care organisations, with participatory and performance-based arts programmes particularly badly hit. Yet, most continued to work throughout, adapting, innovating, or redeploying activities. How are we assessing their responses to the pandemic? Where have they added value to the work done by healthcare professionals? What tools, measures and methods have been effective in demonstrating their value? What has not worked? What have we learned that will be useful for evaluation in the future?
The event will include a series of informal mini presentations and provocations from the field, followed by breakout discussions. It will be chaired by CW+ Evaluation Research Associate, Dr Karen Gray.
Registration will be limited to a maximum of 30 people so please register early. When you have registered, a Zoom link and further details of the programme will be sent to you.
With this free online event, CW+, the charity for Chelsea & Westminster NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust is kicking off a regular series of hosted online conversations focused on topics relating to art and design in the hospital environment. The hope for this, and all the CW+ Conversations, is that they will kick-start wider discussions and collaborations.
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