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USA - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

Staying Engaged: Health patterns of older Americans who participate in the Arts

Summary

A report by the National Endowment for the Arts on positive health and well-being outcomes for older adults who participate in both creating Art and attending Art.

Published

2017

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USA - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

Arts, Health, and Well-being in America

Summary

This white paper from the National Organization for Arts in Health illustrates how arts are being used to enhance the healing environments and patient experience, provide essential clinical-care services, support caregiver wellness, and public health.

Published

2017

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USA - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

Guide to Community-Engaged Research in the Arts and Health

Summary

A guide advising arts practitioners and biomedical or behavioral health researchers how to partner effectively in documenting and studying the contributions of community-based arts programs to positive health outcomes.

Published

2017

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New Zealand - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

Ngā Hua A Tāne Rore. The Benefits of Kapa Haka

Summary

This report presents the findings of scoping research which set out to gain empirical evidence of the contribution that kapa haka makes to Aotearoa New Zealand society, in terms of cultural, social, educational, health and economic outcomes.Kapa haka is the Maori activi... Read more

Published

2014

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USA - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

The Arts and Human Development

Summary

A paper by the National Endowment for the Arts examining the relationship between the arts and positive health and educational outcomes of the lifespan including early childhood, to youth and adolescence, to older adult populations.

Published

2011

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USA - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
Title

Music and Arts in Health: A Perspective from the United States

Summary

This paper from The University of Florida Center for the Arts in Healthcare discusses the arts, and music in particular, in the contexts of traditional cultures and contemporary biomedicine, psychotherapies and community practice

Published

2011

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