Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health

Repository for Arts and Health Resources.

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Repository for Arts and Health Resources.

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 resources in the UK and internationally for anyone interested in the field of Participatory Arts, Health and Wellbeing, Co-production, Social Prescribing and Health Inequalities; particularly, academics and researchers; MA/MRes and PhD students; policy-makerscommunity arts practitioners, nurses, creative therapists and play specialists working in integrated healthcare systems and other demanding community settings, such as hospitals, hospices, special schools, high security wards, prisons and rehabilitation centres.

The Repository for Arts and Health (RA&HR) is owned and developed by Sidney De Haan Research Centre in the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Social Care at Canterbury Christ Church University. It was established in 2016 by Emeritus Professor Stephen Clift and developed by Angus McLewin Associates for the Sidney De Haan Research Centre, CCCU.

Visit and explore the Repository here: Repository for Arts and Health Resources (artshealthresources.org.uk)

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