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Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing

International perspectives on practice, policy and research

Edited by Stephen Clift and Paul M. Camic

  • 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
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