Willis Newson and the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) are hosting a training workshop, Introduction to Creative & Credible, on 15 October 2019 at the RSPH London head office. Exploring key principles and methodologies for evaluating arts for health and wellbeing programmes, the programme is led by Professor Norma Daykin and Willis Newson Director Jane Willis, co-producers of the Creative and Credible website and materials. 

This introductory workshop will examine each phase of the Creative and Credible evaluation cycle, from planning through to dissemination, responding to participants’ questions and providing guidance on when and how to use different evaluation approaches, methods and tools. The workshop will be useful particularly for arts practitioners and organisations seeking to develop a wellbeing focus as part of their work.

The programme builds on the Economic and Social Research Council funded research project with University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, which aims to support best practice in evaluation in arts, health and wellbeing.

Further details and booking information:

For further information about the Creative and Credible Project that informed the design of the programme, visit the Creative and Credible website.


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