Delivering creative health activities to participants living with complex health or psychosocial conditions often requires specialised knowledge, skills, and support. This participatory learning workshop on 23 February will review recent research on the impact of working in this way. It will also feature a panel of practitioners who work with different conditions.
Led by Julia Puebla Fortier, Arts & Health South West Research Associate, the workshop will explore some of the following questions:
- What knowledge about specific conditions does an artist benefit from knowing?
- How do you adapt activities to be appropriate and accessible to different participants?
- What skills and training can be beneficial for artists?
- What’s the role of specialist partner organisations or support people, including family?
Creative Health Learning Alliance Collaborative Learning Workshops
This event forms part of a series of online learning workshops delivered by Arts & Health South West (AHSW), England, exploring elements of training and professional development for creative health practitioners.
Workshops are held on Zoom, and are open to anyone who would like to join regardless of location. Most workshops include a panel discussion and Q&A with invited practitioners/experts.
In the 2023 season, two further workshops will be delivered:
Thursday, 20 April 2023, 09:30 – 12:30: Culturally Responsive Creative Health Delivery
Tuesday, 20 June 2023, 09:30 – 12:30: Creative Health Practice in Social Prescribing Schemes
£40 for one workshop, or book all three programmed workshops in 2023 and get a discount of £30.
If you would like to book for all three of the Collaborative Learning Workshops (£90) click here for a discounted ticket.