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WEBINAR: Creativity at the Heart of Human Flourishing: How can the arts help reduce loneliness? (1)

01/10/19
12.00pm - 1.00pm
Bristol
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Public Health England South West and Arts & Health South West present two webinars:

Creativity at the heart of human flourishing: How can the arts help reduce loneliness?

1st and 8th October 12-1pm

Webinar 1

Tuesday 1st October 12-1pm

Alex Coulter (Director, Arts & Health South West) and Martin R White (Health and Wellbeing Manager, Public Health England South West) will outline the policy context and evidential basis of loneliness and social isolation: its prevalence and relationship with mental health and wellbeing; as well as look at the evidence for arts based interventions and the potential for community assets in mitigating the impact of loneliness.

 

Webinar 2

Tuesday 8th October 12-1pm

Alex and Martin will describe the gaps in the evidence base; briefly examine the barriers and opportunities for effective practice and collaboration and review examples of good practice and the role of social prescribing.

 

How to Access the Webinars

Please sign up here to register for the Webinar via Public Health England, who will send you webinar access information when it becomes available.

 


you might also be interested in…

 

Campaign to Tackle Loneliness

This Christmas AHSW is raising funds via the Big Give Christmas Challenge for our new campaign ‘Connecting Through Creativity: Tackling Loneliness’.  For more information, click here.

 

AHSW Annual Conference: Creativity at the Heart of Human Flourishing

Come along to our 2019 Annual Conference on 31st October & 1st November in Plymouth to get more involved in the conversation. Find out more here.

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