Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health (SDHRC) is launching a new research webinar series. Confirmed speakers from the UK, Europe, USA, and Australia will explore important interrogations around the impact of arts-based applications on individuals in healthcare and wellbeing contexts and settings.
Here you can find Arts and Health resources produced by the Centre, including recordings of lectures, seminars and webinars. Webinar Recordings Webinar 25th January 2022 This is a recording of […]
‘Arts in Prison’ is an exploratory PPI project aiming to give a voice to those who participate in art-based programmes within prison settings. Co-production is an approach in which researchers, practitioners, […]
Evaluation partnership with The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust The ROH NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest specialist orthopaedic units in Europe. SDHRC is excited about this […]
The Campbell Collaboration is a global evidence for practice organisation, primarily producing systematic reviews of robust and rigorous evidence for policy and practice in the fields of Education, Social Welfare […]
CATCH LAB – THE COMMUNITY APPLIED THEATRE FOR CHILDREN’S HEALTH & WELLBEING LABORATORY Engaging with children and young people through applied theatre: The Centre is expanding its portfolio by engaging […]
Sidney de Haan Research Centre at Canterbury Christ Church University (SDHRC) proudly houses the Repository for Arts and Health Resources (RA&HR), which is comprised of ‘grey literature’ and other rarely found […]
The SDH Centre is working with Nick Ewbank Associates on an evaluation of the Up For Arts project run by Voluntary Arts England in partnership with BBC Local Radio.
BFW is the largest arts/music event in Thanet annually, attracting many thousands of people (visitors and locals) to events and generating an estimated £2.4 million (2012 figures) of economic activity in the town.