Creative Health Review Call for Contributions
The National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH) and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPG AHW) recently have launched a new Creative Health Review. The Review aims to highlight the potential for creative health to help tackle pressing issues in health and social care and more widely, including health inequalities and the additional challenges we face as we recover from Covid-19. The Review will gather evidence of the benefits of creative health in relation to major current challenges and show examples of where this is already working in practice, it also welcomes public input via a call for contributions. A series of themed roundtables between Autumn 2022 and Spring 2023 will present the most up-to-date evidence and showcase examples of creative health approaches and activities with demonstrable benefits to health.
Call out for Contributions: National Centre for Creative Health are looking to include published research, reports and project evaluations as part of the review. They are looking to receive copies or links to your research, reports, case studies or information about forthcoming work in creative health that will add to their understanding.
You can email contributions to email@example.com. They can receive written submissions or audio files, and you can contact them to discuss contributions in alternative formats. It would be helpful to keep written contributions to maximum 4 sides of A4, but if you have pre-prepared reports or materials, please feel free to send those through. If your answer relates specifically to one of the key themes please state this in the subject title.
Please feel free to get in touch with any questions about the call for contributions at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submissions is May 31st 2023