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Arts in Health Headlines

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July 2023


The Art of Medicine: Diverse Artwork Improves Patients' Experience - University Health System

In art and sound, exhibit in VCU Medical Center gave voice to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Baltimore's Peabody Institute Launches New Performing Arts and Health Programs

John Launer: Are medical humanities useful? - The BMJ

Listen: Dance helped this nurse heal from trauma. Now she's bringing it to others - STAT News

Championing Arts in Health across Continents, Cultures & Communities - UCL

In big and broad strokes Muzi Branch leaves a legacy through arts and health - VCU Health

Arts for Health initiative launched | Cork Independent Art Beat: Dispensing creative medicine - WMUK

Child development expert: Take your kids to art museums - CNBC

Public art display in Liverpool hospital marks 75th anniversary of UK's National Health Service

'We want to talk about the emotions involved': Berkeley public health encourages empathy

Physician, cartoonist Dr. Grace Farris uses graphic medicine to educate, connect - The Daily Texan

Medicine & Music: A Harmonious Journey With Dr Jeremy Faust - Medscape

Pretty Yende with Anastasia Voltchok, Clair de Lune | WHO 75 Healing Arts Concert - YouTube

Ensemble of the Healing Arts WHO 75 Concert, Happy Birthday - YouTube

The Global Scrub Choir, Bridge Over Troubled Water | WHO 75 Healing Arts Concert

Events Support Arts in Health Care & Cancer Patients

Podcast: LIVE from Aspen Ideas: Susan Magsamen and Ivy Ross | Health Affairs

'AIM to Heal” art exhibit features work from medical students - WTVY

New arts and health strategy aims to improve lives of older people in Cork - Evening Echo

Pump House art show examines mental health, dementia with music - Chillicothe Gazette

'Real change': Colorful mural boosts awareness of health care needs

Villages artist integrates art with the process of healing | In Today's Daily Sun


Defining “Arts Participation” for Public Health Research

Effects of arts on prescription for persons with common mental disorders and/or musculoskeletal pain: A controlled study with 12 months follow-up

Perspectives on creative well-being of older adults

Improving health and wellbeing through social prescribing

The Utilization of Biophilic Arts Within Healthcare Settings: A Descriptive Case Study

'Will I wear purple?'—a school arts-based research project in the UK to disseminate findings from a qualitative evidence synthesis about living to an extreme age

A critical appraisal of research in arts, health and wellbeing

Addressing loneliness and social connectedness to improve the health and wellbeing of people over 65 years on the Island of Ireland

A lonely heart is a broken heart: it is time for a biopsychosocial cardiovascular disease model


Creative community groups as catalysts for health and wellbeing: An ethnographic study of arts participation in Stoke-on-Trent (UK)

Social Prescribing in the UK: The Role of Organizational Networks and Implications for the US

Evaluating beyond the metrics: understanding the value of participatory arts through plurality of voice

Cultivating an Embodied Interpretative Consciousness: Health Humanities Initiatives at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Social Prescribing" Art-on-Prescription": Creativity in the Community for Health and Well-Being in Wales, UK

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