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Boredom Buster Summer Annual

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At a time when hospital visiting is restricted due to Lockdown, patients are in even greater need of an individual resource that can provide engaging things to do and think about. This first edition of Boredom Buster is a mix of articles, activities and images designed ... Read more

Published

2020


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Calm and Collected Museums and galleries: the UK’s untapped wellbeing resource?

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This study by Art Fund aims to better understand the potential of regular museum and gallery visits on people’s lives

Published

2019

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A Study into the Incidence of Musicians’ Mental Health Part 2: Qualitative Study and Recommendations

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This report documents the findings from the second part of Help Musicians UK’s study exploring the perceived affects of working in the music industry on mental health, focusing on recommendations.

Published

2017

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A social return on investment evaluation of the St Helens Creative Alternatives arts on prescription programme

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This evaluation report presents Creative Alternatives, a pilot arts on prescription programme of weekly creative arts workshops developed for St. Helens residents experiencing mild to moderate mental health challenges, which aims to improve participants’ menta... Read more

Published

2016

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Music, singing and wellbeing for adults living with dementia

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This is the third of three reports that form the review of self-reported subjective wellbeing outcomes of music and singing for adults living with dementia and it consists of five intervention studies of participants with dementia as well as one qualitative study. The r... Read more

Published

2016

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Can Music Make You Sick? Music and Depression

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This new research, commissioned by Help Musicians UK and conducted by a team from the University of Westminster, was to hear directly from professional musicians, aspiring musicians, and workers within the wider music industry, about how they feel about their working co... Read more

Published

2016

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Arts on prescription 2014-15: Evaluation report

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An evaluation of the impact of a 12-week visual arts programme for 66 participants in Cambridgeshire delivered by one professional artist & one mental health counsellor, in a safe and therapeutic environment.

Published

2015

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Social prescribing: A review of community referral schemes

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This review aims to set the scene for the conditions under which social prescribing has arisen and consider the efficacy of different referral options. It makes recommendations for practice, policy and future research.

Published

2015

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Making it Together: An evaluative study of Creative Families, an arts and mental health partnership between the South London Gallery and the Parental Mental Health Team

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Creative Families is an innovative early-intervention arts programme for parents experiencing mental health difficulties and their children aged under-five in Southwark. This report, made in partnership by the Department of Health & Population at The Institute of Ps... Read more

Published

2015

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Arts on prescription 2010-2012: Research report

Summary

Evaluation of an Arts on Prescription 12-week visual arts programme for adults experiencing mild-moderate anxiety or depression.

Published

2013

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