Finding Sustainability: University-community collaborations focused on arts in health – A new article by Mike White and Mary Robson

Mike White and Mary Robson, “Finding Sustainability: University-community collaborations focused on arts in health,” Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement Vol 4 (2011): 48–64 Abstract: This article describes a number of community-based arts in health projects in schools and disadvantaged communities in Northern England that connect with the Read more…

Young Researchers

Earlier this year, the Centre for Medical Humanities had the great pleasure of hosting four pupils from Teesdale School. Rhian, Maddie, Alec and Jack came to the Centre to present a report of their observations of an arts in health project at their school. They did so with quiet confidence Read more…

A Great Week for Medical Humanities Conferencing: 1 The International Medical Geography Symposium

This week the Centre for Medical Humanities is participating in two important conferences: the 14th International Medical Geography Symposium (Durham University) and the 8th Annual Association for Medical Humanities Conference (University of Leicester). Reviews and reflections will be posted on the blog over the coming days, but meanwhile here is Read more…