The Creative Health Quality Framework outlines a set of principles articulating good practice for creative and cultural initiatives that aim to support people’s health and wellbeing. It looks at how these principles might be adopted by everyone involved in Creative Health and explores how they might be applied to practice to support the best possible experience and health outcomes for participants.

The Framework consists of a set of downloadable PDF resources, based around eight Creative Health Quality Principles. It offers clear guidance on how to use these principles to deliver safe, equitable and effective projects.

Funded by Arts Council England and developed by Creative Health consultant Jane Willis and the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance in collaboration with over 200 people including London Arts and Health, creative and cultural practitioners, participants, health commissioners, and researchers, the framework is designed to help anyone involved in developing and delivering creative approaches to supporting health and wellbeing.

Jane Willis

Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance


Arts and health, framework, Professional Development


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