Arts in Health

Call for Creative Work (Translating Chronic Pain)

The AHRC-funded research network Translating Chronic Pain: A Critical and Creative Research Network is an eighteen month interdisciplinary critical/creative project based at Lancaster University. Our goal is to bring together people living with persistent pain, representatives from pain charities, creative writers, academics, and medical practitioners. We aim to better represent chronic pain experience by Read more…

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Arts in Health

‘Flash’ Creative Writing & Pain Experience (Workshop, Manchester, Saturday 24 February 2018)

Are you an adult interested in Creative Writing? Do you have personal experience of chronic or persistent pain, either past or present? At this workshop, participants will have a chance to experiment with writing short creative fragments describing or imagining pain experience and/or other aspects of experience when living with Read more…

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Workshops

Encountering R.D. Laing’s Archive: Mental Health, Care and Creativity (Call for Applicants, Creative Writing Workshop, Glasgow, 18 Sept 2014)

Encountering R.D. Laing’s Archive: Mental Health, Care and Creativity Creative Writing Workshop 18th September 2014 10am – 4pm Special Collections, University of Glasgow Library. Organisers: Cheryl McGeachan, Sarah Hepworth and Geraldine Perriam As Glasgow marks a significant milestone in its history of mental health care in 2014, being 200-years of Read more…

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Centre for Medical Humanities