Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt

Creative Health Research Symposium

On 27 June, I’ll be speaking at a symposium about the very latest in creative health research organised by the University of Manchester. There will be some great contributors, including Hannah Waterson, Research and Policy Manager at the National Centre for Creative Health, who drafted the report arising from the recent Creative Health Review. Support […]

Evaluating London’s Creative Health City Policy Design Process

During 2023, the Greater London Authority, Arts Council England and London Arts and Health asked more than 500 Londoners to initiate, build and test a model for the capital to become a Creative Health City. I evaluated this process and offered a series of reflections and recommendations.

Speaking at a Research Café in Manchester

On 7 February 2024, I was delighted to take part in a panel discussion on Creative Health and Health Inequalities in Greater Manchester at the invitation of the University of Manchester. I introduced the concept of creative health, and I spoke about how creative health approaches can help to increase equity.

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