The conference is one of a small handful of not-to-be-missed international events that promises to bring together global leaders in arts and health policy, research, and practice. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to share our program with such an engaged audience, and to learn from and be inspired by a diverse group of presenters and attendees.
David Leventhal, Dance for Parkinson's Disease, USA
The conference will inform international perspectives on:
- Healthy and Creative Ageing
- Global Health Inequalities and Culture
- Culture and the Social Determinants of Wellbeing
With a particular focus on:
- The latest research and new methodologies
- The dissemination of international research and evaluation
- Local, regional, national, and international policy development
- Developing national and international collaborations and networks
- Museums and Health
- Arts in healthcare settings
- Arts and health promotion/prevention
The Royal Society for Public Health will award 21 CPD points for three days attendance at the conference.
Please note delegates whose abstracts are accepted will need to register and pay for the conference.
What do you hope to get out of the conference?
Network with other Professionals in the field and build collaborative links
Other Conference Chairs:
Prof Gabriel Scally
Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Healthy Urban Environments, University of the West of England
Director, Willis Newson
by composer Ian Wilson
Early Bird - £350
until Midnight February 28th 2013
Full Cost - £450
March 1st – May 31st 2013
Day Registration - £150
from March 1st 2013 (depending on availability)