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Exciting funded PhD opportunities at Lab4Living, UK

Exciting funded PhD opportunities at Lab4Living, UK led by colleagues and myself. For more information:https://www.findaphd.com/phds/?Keywords=lab4livingApplication Deadline: 9 Oct 2020Expected Start Date: 1 Feb 2021About Lab4LivingLab4Living is trans-disciplinary community of researchers in art, design, healthcare and other creative practices. We work together to address real world issues that impact on health and wellbeing, developing products, services… Continue reading Exciting funded PhD opportunities at Lab4Living, UK

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Artshealthrepository.sg is now live!

I am delighted to share that Arts and Health Singapore Repository (AHSR) the first ever online database Charting Arts and Health Development in Singapore is now live! Visit us: https://www.artshealthrepository.sg/ The Arts and Health Singapore Repository (AHSR) builds on initial research undertaken by a team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design, and… Continue reading Artshealthrepository.sg is now live!

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Participate in our research: Exploring the State of Arts and Health in Singapore

Please spread the word! Calling all professionals, practitioners, researchers using the arts in their work with individuals and/or community in Singapore. We would like to invite you to participate in our research on Exploring the State of Arts and Health in Singapore. To learn more or sign up, please contact (Ms.) Tan Chao Min at… Continue reading Participate in our research: Exploring the State of Arts and Health in Singapore

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Book Chapter in Geohumanities and Health

What an honour to work with Sarah Atkinson on a contribution Multiplicity and Encounters of Cultures of Care in Advanced Ageing to Geohumanities and Health! Pre-order is now available. Click here for further information. This volume edited by Sarah Atkinson and Rachel Hunt brings together research in the GeoHumanities from various intellectual perspectives to illustrate the benefits of humanities-inspired approaches… Continue reading Book Chapter in Geohumanities and Health