National Well-being

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Wellbeing policy briefings from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing

  • 1.  Wellbeing policy briefings from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing

    Posted 10-01-2018 13:02
    Hello

    In my role as chair of the Advisory Panel of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, can I draw your attention to the series of reports and briefings that are published by the Centre.

    The latest evidence review from the Centre is on visual art, mental health and wellbeing. For practitioners it confirms importance of collaboration, 'havens' for interventions & non-stigmatising settings. The policy implications are for better resourced, sustainable, and rigorously evaluated partnerships of mental health professionals, artists & researchers. All the material is at this link:
    Evidence review of visual art, mental health and wellbeing

    Also do follow that link if you want to sign up for evidence alerts from the Centre from now on.

    Paul

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    Paul Allin
    Visiting Professor
    Department of Mathematics
    Imperial College London
    p.allin@imperial.ac.uk
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