Public Health, an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, is publishing a special issue on arts, creativity and health. The deadline for submissions is 30 September 2020.
The special issue will welcome submissions from across the spectrum of arts and culture to include: performing arts, visual and creative arts, museums, libraries, archives and other types of heritage, such as archaeology and natural heritage, where creative tasks and activities have been invoked to support health and wellbeing.
Through a mix of commissioned articles and a dedicated call for papers, Public Health seeks to attract submissions that cover original research and reviews across a diversity of topics including, but not limited to: intervention studies; programme evaluation; longitudinal studies; applied arts and health; arts-based methods, co-production and participatory methods and methods development; social prescribing; health humanities; topical papers (e.g. creative responses to the COVID pandemic).
Editors: Dr Hilary Bungay, Reader in Health Services Research, Anglia Ruskin University; Professor Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Biology, University College London; Professor Susan Hogan, Professor of Arts & Health, University of Derby.