The Repository is developing its International Sections to permanently archive the key grey literature from other countries that have developed coherent Arts and Health strands of research, practice and provision. We started by working with our colleagues in the USA and Ireland and will add more on a regular basis from these countries. We have recently added documents from Finland and Singapore.

 

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Ireland


We have been liaising with our colleagues at Waterford Healing Arts trust do identify key grey literature that reflects the development of the Arts and Health field in Ireland. Here is the first trenche of documents covering research, papers and articles, guides, and policy development. We will be updating documents so please re-visit regularly to see how this archive develops.

If you think you have any relevant grey literature then please use the Submission Page to be considered for inclusion – http://www.artshealthresources.org.uk/repository-submission/

For further resources including more research and evaluation reports, policy and strategy documents pertinent to arts and health practice in Ireland visit artsandhealth.ie – the national arts and health website http://www.artsandhealth.ie/resources/

For more information on the history of arts and health in Ireland see http://www.artsandhealth.ie/about/a-history-of-arts-and-health-in-ireland/

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USA


We have been liaising with our colleagues in the USA so here is the first trenche of grey literature documents from working with our colleagues at the Center for the Arts in Medicine at the University of Florida. We will be updating documents so please re-visit regularly to see how this archive develops.

If you think you have any relevant grey literature then please use the Submission Page to be considered for inclusion – http://www.artshealthresources.org.uk/repository-submission/

To access the Center for the Arts in Medicine research database visit – https://arts.ufl.edu/academics/center-for-arts-in-medicine/research-database/

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Canada


We have been compiling our first trenche of grey literature documents from the field of Arts and Health in Canada and will be uploading more documents  so please re-visit the site to see how this archive develops.

For more resources go to Arts Health Network Canada  – Canada’s primary arts and health knowledge sharing, networking and capacity building hub, where you will find books, journals, guidelines, reports and other publications relating to arts & health – the majority of the material is Canadian but they also include resources from other countries that are relevant to the Canadian experience – https://artshealthnetwork.ca/resources

If you think you have any relevant grey literature from Canada then please use the Submission Page to be considered for inclusion – http://www.artshealthresources.org.uk/repository-submission/

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Australia


We have been liaising with colleagues at the University of Queensland to compile this first trenche of grey literature documents from the field of Arts and Health in Australia.

See the TIMELINE for the Australia documents

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International


This is a link to many International documents that are not necessarily defined by or attributed to any particular country – for example WHO reports.

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Singapore


We have been liaising with colleagues Dr Michael Tan and Wan Ying Chun at the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to compile this first trenche of grey literature documents from the field of Arts and Health in Singapore.

Michael is an arts-health practitioner, researcher, educator, and leading advocate for arts and health development in Singapore. He has worked closely with partners in the arts, healthcare and social care sectors to promote appreciation and understanding of arts and health; transforming long term care, community care and acute care services with the arts through his practice, research, publications and public speaking. His other contributions include innovating the arts, ageing and wellbeing module for the MSc in Applied Gerontology programme at NTU; establishing the Art and Design for Health Lab to support research capability development. He is currently working towards establishing the Arts and Health Network in Singapore.

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Finland


We have been working with our colleagues at“Taikusydän” – the Arts & Health Coordination Centre in Finland which started in 2015. They have been helping us identify the key documents regarding the development of Arts and Health in Finland.
Taikusydän is a multisectoral coordination centre and national network for activities and research among the field of arts, culture and well-being in Finland. The objective of Taikusydän is to make arts and culture a permanent part of well-being services in Finland.
https://taikusydan.turkuamk.fi/english/info/

The research group Arts, Health and Well-being is a multidisciplinary group of experts and educators who work at The Arts Academy and at The Faculty of Health and Well-being at TUAS.
https://www.tuas.fi/en/research-and-development/research-groups/arts-health-and-well-being/

The Well-being Power Plant develops comprehensive well-being services, advances the know-how related to these services, and strengthens the collaboration between research and development as well as education and work-life. Emphasis is on the collaboration between social, health, cultural, educational, child- and youth-work sectors.
http://www.hyvinvointivoimala.fi/voimala-eng/

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