An auto ethnographical study based on the evolving identities involved with breast cancer treatment: ‘In December 2018, I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. What followed was ten months of gruelling treatment […]
Babies and Young Children at the Centre of Creative and Artistic Movement and Dance: This 3-year project is profiling babies and young children as co-creators of creative and artistic work. […]
Connecting and Empowering Women through the Arts: Ewer is an old word for a jug, its shape is reminiscent of the female form and extends to the idea of the container-keeper-receiver, […]
A Celebration of Community Music-Making” The SDHRC has partnered with Canterbury Festival to evaluate its 2022 ‘Beautiful Noise Community Music Day’ taking place at venues across the city.
‘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, […]
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.
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 […]
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.