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Our 10th Podcast Episode ‘Redefining Motherhood and Giving Yourself Permission’ is live!

We are delighted to present our 10th and final podcast episode in our current series of the…

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Royal College of Physician’s museum extends Fortitude pandemic exhibition

The Royal College of Physicians has extended their emotive Covid-19 exhibition Fortitude after it welcomed…

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University Research – Survey on Music for Dementia

Help enhance the power of music for dementia! Whether you’re a support worker, volunteer, musician,…

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How do I navigate the landscape of arts and health evaluation?

By Dr Katey Warran, Research Fellow in the Social Biobehavioural Research Group at University College…

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Navigating Ambiguity and Boundaries: The experiences of arts, health and wellbeing facilitators working with individuals with challenging conditions or situations

Creative engagement offers many possibilities to support people living with health, psychological, or social challenges.…

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Creative Health Review and Creative Health Toolkit launched

Our colleagues at the National Centre for Creative Health have launched both the Creative Health Review, and…

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Bromley by Bow Centre Annual Review 2023

It undeniably has been a tough year for communities up and down the country -…

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London Plus: Health Co-creation Impact Tool pilot – callout for participants

Background The development of the new Integrated Care Systems (ICS) requires the NHS to work…

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Orchestras in Healthcare: where are we now?

A new report published yesterday explores how Orchestras are working within Healthcare, and includes case…

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Pursuing Racial Justice in Mental Health

A new report from the Centre for Mental Health, outlining how the voluntary sector can help meet…

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Anchor Organisations Survey – VSCE sector colleagues

Anchor Organisations Survey - VSCE sector colleagues As part of Social Finance’s work to create…

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CALLOUT FOR ESSAYS ON CREATIVE HEALTH

Do you have a unique or diverse perspective on creative health? We are looking for…

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Open Call for arts, communities and social impact peer-to-peer exchange programme March 2024

With kinship as the heart of this programme, this is a gathering for dreamers and…

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Maternal Journal’s 8th podcast episode ‘Embracing Life’s Unshaped Mess’ is live!

Laura speaks with memoirist and bestselling author Cathy Rentzenbrink. They consider the power of writing…

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Call-out: Resources for creative health practitioner support

Are you an artist/creative health practitioner, commissioner, or partner organisation delivering creative programmes to people…

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Women’s History Month in East London Co-ordinated by Alternative Arts

Celebrating women artists, activists, writers, performers, community groups and organisations, with a diverse programme of…

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East End Community Foundation (EECF) Survey

East End Community Foundation (EECF) regularly reviews its funding priorities by undertaking research and bringing…

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Red January

Let's beat those winter blues As a nation we're less active in the winter, something…

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Age UK Survey

We are reviewing the Age of Creativity network website (https://www.ageofcreativity.co.uk/) and Age of Creativity Festival…

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LAH: a year in review

It has been a very busy year for the sector across London and beyond, with…

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OECD and wellbeing frameworks: from inspiration to facilitation and collaboration

Governments and social alliances are increasingly adopting high-level wellbeing frameworks to measure and guide their…

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Finding your voice through creativity – Maternal Journal’s 6th Podcast episode is out!

Have a listen to our brand new podcast episode, Finding You Voice Through Creativity with brilliant artist & writer Sarah Lightman In…

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Un Decade of Healthy Ageing Process Report 2021-2023

A free new resource, co-produced by people living with dementia, sharing good practice guidelines for how…

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‘How We Talk About Dementia’

A free new resource, co-produced by people living with dementia, sharing good practice guidelines for how…

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The State of Ageing 2023-24

This new report by the Centre for Ageing Better brings together data and analysis to paint a detailed…

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The Innovators Approach

What is The Innovators Approach? The Innovators programme approach is a way to enable bottom…

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The poetry of Motherhood and Memory – Maternal Journal’s 4th podcast episode is out! 

Have a listen to our brand new podcast episode, The Poetry of Motherhood and Memory with brilliant…

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Calls for strategy on ‘social prescribing’ in England amid youth mental health crisis

Every pound spent on helping young people access activities and support in the community could…

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Exhibition catalogue EL Anatsui: TimeSpace

The exhibition catalogue El Anatsui: TimeSpace is now available in our online store. With text by Gerard Houghton,…

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Living Well With Parkinson’s – Race Equality in Research

Register your interest now in an online Living well with Parkinson's event for Black communities that Parkinson's…

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How to approach anti-racist audience and community research

A free new resource offering guidance and insight into conducting research that actively challenges racism and unconscious bias.…

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New Research Project We-EngAGE

WE-EngAGE (Wellbeing, Engagement, Ageing) explores the impact of social leisure engagement on the psychological, cognitive,…

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Creative Health Sandpit: Exploring Black Men’s Mental Health

In the summer of 2023, Quiet Voice AKA Stephen Rudder led a project called 'Undisciplined…

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Fatherhood, Grief & The Grace of Everyday Parenting – The 3rd podcast episode is out!

Have a listen to our brand new podcast episode, 'Fatherhood, Grief and The Grace of Everyday Parenting' with Nikesh Shukla, author of…

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Comfort, the breast quilt

The story of women's breasts, told in words and stitches Comfort was made by 180…

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Patient Voices for Social Prescribing

A new London-based patient voices programme for people with lived experience of social prescribing. Social…

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Statement on events in Israel and Gaza

In conjunction with our sister organisation the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance (CHWA) we wanted…

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Grief letter

“Grief Letter” is an ongoing community-based project where people can share their personal experience of…

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Overcoming Trauma and the Power of Writing. The 2nd podcast episode is live!

Have a listen to our brand new podcast episode, Overcoming Trauma and the Power of Writing, featuring the brilliant…

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Call for evidence – Creativity and personal wellbeing

What’s happening? Together with University of the Arts: London and Brunel University London we are…

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Five years on: what works to tackle loneliness in research and practice?

Relationships are consistently found to be one of the strongest drivers of wellbeing. While evidence…

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Sonic Minds report

Take a look back over two years of Sonic Minds. Sonic Minds is an award-winning…

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Arts Council England & The University of Essex Cultural Freelancers Survey 2023

What is the survey for? This survey is part of a larger study by researchers…

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Creative Health Quality Framework

The Creative Health quality framework has been officially launched.  The framework outlines a set of…

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Arts Therapy and Its Implications in Chronic Pain Management: A Narrative Review

Chronic nonmalignant pain is recognized as a complex, dynamic, phenomenological interplay between biological, psychological, and…

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Call For Submissions: InterAct Short Story Competition 2024

Applications for InterAct Stroke Support's Short Story Competition are now open! InterAct hosts the Short Story Competition every two years in honour of our beloved patron, the late novelist Ruth Rendell. The winner of the competition will be commissioned to write four further stories for InterAct Stroke Support over the course of one year, and will receive £1,000 in payment. InterAct Stroke Support is a charity that helps stroke survivors through regular reading sessions.
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Supporting the voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise sector to evaluate social prescribing

This briefing and rapid scoping review helps identify and collate existing resources that aim to…

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Community Chests for London are supporting shared local investments to create healthier, happier communities

  By Dr Katie Coleman As Clinical Director of the Community Led Prevention programme at Transformation Partners…

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