Corpus ID: 51943472

Towards transformation: exploring the impact of culture, creativity and the arts of health and wellbeing

  title={Towards transformation: exploring the impact of culture, creativity and the arts of health and wellbeing},
  author={A. Kilroy and C. Garner and C. Parkinson and C. Kagan and P. Senior},
  • A. Kilroy, C. Garner, +2 authors P. Senior
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • Background: Health providers and promoters are increasingly looking for more innovative ways to deliver quality services and reach ambitious health targets, and are exploring a diverse range of approaches that might help meet those objectives, especially with target, resistant or hard to reach groups. The arts and culture sectors are identified as potential areas of ‘innovation’ that could enhance and help deliver this health strategy and there have been numerous calls for ‘evidence’ of… CONTINUE READING
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