Here are the publications from 2012 relevant to the development and history of Arts and Health.

2012
  • Enhancing the health and wellbeing of children and young people through the arts: A feasibility assessment for NHS Lambeth

    A Feasibility Assessment for NHS Lambeth on enhancing the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People aged 11 – 18 through the Arts.

  • Singing and mental health

    This guide by the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for mental health and wellbeing.

  • Singing and people with COPD

    This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for respiratory health and wellbeing. It also gives information and guidance on setting up singing groups for people living in the community who have experience of diagnosed COPD.

  • Singing and people with Parkinson’s

    This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for people living with Parkinson’s. It also gives examples of setting up singing groups for people living in the community who are affected by the condition.

  • Singing and people with dementia

    This guide provides an overview of the evidence that group singing can be beneficial for people living with dementia. It also gives examples of setting up singing groups for people living in the community who are affected by dementia.

  • Featured publication

    Be creative, be well: Arts, wellbeing and local communities: An evaluation

    A study of the place of the creative arts within the Well London initiative working with socially disadvantaged communities across London. Funded by The Lottery and Arts Council England.