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We have created a number of videos that capture our work researching the potential value of music, and other participative arts activities, in the promotion of wellbeing and health of individuals and communities. Most of the videos are collected in a playlist. You can either watch them sequentailly or jump through to a particular video.
Research by the Sidney De Haan Centre for Arts and Health has been featured in a programme by ITN Productions and the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), on the nation's major health challenges.
The Sidney De Haan Centre's Director, Professor Stephen Clift, got everyone up and singing at this year's Wellbeing Symposium, which was sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University.
So found out everyone at the @Wellbeing_2015 can hold a note! #wellbeing2015 #wellbeingsymposium pic.twitter.com/b9uSSyoaST— Wellbeing People (@wellbeingpeople) November 11, 2015
So found out everyone at the @Wellbeing_2015 can hold a note! #wellbeing2015 #wellbeingsymposium pic.twitter.com/b9uSSyoaST
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Our latest video highlights the work we are doing with singing groups in Lambeth and Southwark to explore the benefits of singing for people with COPD.
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