Category Archives: Public Health Policy

My research and enterprise in Public Health

Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting, 1.6.15

Here is a paper I wrote about Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting in the UK In this practice report we explore the application of community music in a drop-in … Continue reading

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Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting, 1.6.15

Here is a paper I wrote about Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting in the UK In this practice report we explore the application of community music in a drop-in … Continue reading

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Assessing the Economic Impact of the Arts, 18.4.15

In September 2014, I presented a paper at the 5th International Conference of Community Psychology in Fortaleza that looked at how we could begin to evaluate the impact of the Arts in more concrete economical terms. The specific focus of my … Continue reading

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PHE (Public Health England) Evaluation Learning Workshop – National Collaboration for Integrated Care and Support, Warwick University, 30.6.14

Evaluation Learning Workshop for the Integration Pioneers and System Leadership areas Public Health England invited me to co-deliver a roundtable evaluation workshop that looked at exploring innovative ways of evaluating integration programmes and interventions. I was a member of an … Continue reading

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KET 8 Integrated HealthCare University of Birmingham, 25.2.14

Knowledge Exchange Trials 8 I was invited to another government policy forum where the workshop was run under the Chatham House Rule  where comments cannot be attributed to any individual or their affiliation. Summary of points The process of how … Continue reading

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