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Using arts and creativity as evidence: Findings from Representing Dennistoun, 26th Nov 2016

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Using arts and creativity as evidence: Findings from Representing Dennistoun  26th November 2015, 2-4 pm at Glasgow Centre for Population Health Representations of places with poor health such as the east end of Glasgow are often partial, negative and top-down. Participatory creative arts can provide a space to illuminate the everyday contexts through which people strive to maintain… Continue reading

Medical Humanities Posts (x2)

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Project Manager: The Life of Breath The Centre for Medical Humanities (CMH) at Durham University is looking to appoint a Project Manager to for the Life of Breath, a five-year research project supported by a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award in the Medical Humanities. The ‘Life of Breath’ (LoB) is based in Durham University and… Continue reading