Research Intensive, Florida
27-31 January 2020
explore the development and scope of the field
learn about psychological, physiological, social and behavioural effects
discover research and evaluation methodologies
discuss practicalities and issues in carrying out research
engage in group-based debates, activities and presentations
27-31 January 2020 | Presented by the Arts Health Early Career Research Network, University College London and the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine
The Arts Health Research Intensive provides a rich introduction to the evidence base around the arts in health and fundamentals of evaluation and research:
This course is suitable for anyone with a background or interest in the arts, healthcare, community health or social care, and research, and who wishes to learn more about the field and meet others who share their interests. No research experience is necessary, and all levels of experience are welcome.
Dr. Daisy Fancourt, University College London, UK; Director, Arts Health Early Career Research Network
Jill Sonke, Center for Arts in Medicine, University of Florida
For more information about the programme, to register your place or apply for a partial scholarship take a look at the Arts in Medicine website. There is a 10% discount until 1st December for early bird registration!
Highlights from 2019
Quotes from 2019
The best thing was the people! Katey, Jill and Daisy, and the amazing delegates - I have been on various work related intensives but have yet to be amongst such an inspiring and generous group of people. The creative sessions to start the day were great and as the course progressed, made you really tap into how even short moments of creativity support your day.
I have to see that the best part, though, was the opportunity to learn from Daisy and Jill first-hand and in person. The knowledge you gain in that time is not something that can be learned in a published article or online course. It was great being able to see the way they think and work through some of my ideas with them directly. It gives me more confidence to do this type of work in the future.
I absolutely LOVE the approach of looking at arts in health through different lenses and disciplines. I think this is crucial for advancing and solidifying the field and am thrilled to see how established researchers go about it.
Highlights from 2018
Quotes from 2018
It was so helpful to have an overview of the history of arts in health and also learn about the differences between Medical & Health Humanities, Clinical Humanities, and Arts in Health.
Fascinating presentation full of persuasive science, images, and videos! I feel so privileged to learn from Dr. Fancourt!