19-21 June 2017, Bristol, UK
The conference will showcase inspirational practice, policy and the latest research in culture and arts in health and well-being. It will discuss the role of arts and creativity in healing, care and well-being across the life course. It will encourage discussion and shared learning, facilitating dialogue between researchers, policy makers and practitioners.
- Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England
- Dr Nayreen Daruwalla, Programme Director for Prevention of Violence against Women and Children, Mumbai (India)
- Mariantonìa Oliver, Dance Artist (Mallorca)
- Rt Hon Lord Howarth of Newport CBE, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (UK)
- Fred Foote, Doctor, Veteran and Poet (US)
- Dr Iona Heath, Former President of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK)
- Blood Sugars performance from the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital (South Africa)
- Vic McEwan, artist (Australia)
You can download the Draft Programme from the Programme tab. The programme will be updated in early April. We received 311 abstract submissions from 22 countries. Although we are unable to showcase everyone’s work, the programme will be extraordinarily rich and varied.
Early Bird has finished. You can now purchase three-day or one day tickets under the Registration tab.
Registration ends at 5:00 pm on 31 May. If we reach our maximum number of delegates before that date we will close registration early.
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