SHARED

Seeing Arts Health Research Enacted

SHARED offers insights into successful international arts in health collaborations.

The SHARED digital anthology has been developed by a team of researchers based at the Universities of Liverpool and Glasgow, UK and Makerere University, Uganda.

We have worked in partnership with arts and health practitioners to showcase the transformative impact that evidence-based arts and cultural interventions are having on the health and wellbeing of diverse communities worldwide.

Innovative Practice

Case Studies

Producing vibrant versions of classic books carefully crafted for people living with dementia and other cognitive impairments.
Creative projects and a grassroots approach to working with refugee children and youth empowering communities in North Lebanon.
Using music and film to improve the health of older people in the UK and Brazil.
A welcoming space at the heart of the community offering access to learning, creative and restorative activities to improve mental and physical health.
Connecting communities, woodlands and creativity for the benefit of people and the planet.
Promoting migration justice through multilingual, creative and artistic approaches to refugee inclusion.
Insights from experience

Approaches to Practice

Insights from experience

Approaches To Practice

Hear our expert practitioners speak, from experience of working in public health, academic and civil society settings in Kampala, Glasgow and Pennsylvannia, about the value of creative interventions for health, well-being and community building.

Rosco Kasujja
Clinical Psychologist
Makerere University
Edugie Clare Robertson
Musician and Sound Healer
UNESCO RILA
Don McCown
Professor of Public Health

West Chester University

Hear our expert practitioners speak, from experience of working in public health, academic and civil society settings in Kampala, Glasgow and Pennsylvannia, about the value of creative interventions for health, well-being and community building.

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