Edited by Stephen Clift, Professor of Health Education and Director Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, and Paul M. Camic, Professor of Psychology and Public Health, and Research Director, Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology, both at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent, UK
Hardback | 368 pages | Was £55.00 (30% off, £38.50)
- International coverage of creative arts demonstrates their role in very contrasting societies around the world.
- Illustrates how implementing creative arts practices in the promotion of health and wellbeing is compatible with evidence-based practices.
- Introduces the role of the arts across the whole life-span, from birth to the end of life.
- Demonstrates the value of the arts in different social settings - communities, schools, hospitals, prisons.
- Offers detailed case studies of creative arts practice in promoting wellbeing and health.
- Includes a year's access to the online version on Oxford Medicine Online.
There is growing interest internationally in the contributions which the creative arts can make to wellbeing and health in both healthcare and community settings. A timely addition to the field, the Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing is the first work of its kind to discuss the role the creative arts have in addressing some of the most pressing public health challenges faced today.
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