Arts in Health

Arts and Health Goes Up Down Under

Mike White writes: I recently attended Arts and Health Australia’s 3rd International Arts and Health Conference, The Art of Good Health and Wellbeing, in Canberra.  This event is rapidly becoming the global forum for research and practice in arts in health and I’m amazed by the productive dialogue and practical Read more…

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Conference Review

Putting “Theory into Practice” – Reflecting on the Medical Humanities Research Network Scotland Workshop 2

Cheryl McGeachan, Phd Candidate at the University of Glasgow, writes: Recently, the Medical Humanities Research Network Scotland held its second workshop event at the University of Edinburgh, entitled “Theory into Practice”. Following on from the first workshop event at the University of Glasgow, entitled “Why Historicise?”, this workshop sought to investigate Read more…

By medh, ago
Conference Review

Reflections on Marius Romme and Sandra Escher – Accepting and Making Sense of Hearing Voices

Professor Marius Romme and Dr Sandra Escher Accepting and making sense of hearing voices 19 October 2011, 5.30-6.30pm Collingwood College, Durham University Angela Woods has reviewed this lecture on the Hearing the Voice blog. To keep in touch with Marius and Sandra’s activities while in Durham, including a planned follow-up public Read more…

By medh, ago
Conference Review

The Smoking Interest Group Lights Up

The Smoking Interest Group (SIG), a collaboration between Durham University’s CMH and Affiliates in the Medical Anthropology Research Group, had its first public outing at a one day symposium supported by the Wolfson Research Institute and held at the Dowrick Suite at Trevelyan College on 21st September.   Around 40 invited Read more…

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