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Items where Subject is "Health & Welfare"

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2003

Albano, Caterina (2003) Within the Frame: Self-Starvation and the Making of Culture. In: Framing and Imaginary Disease in Cultural History. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-65. ISBN 1403912920

2009

Storey, Helen (2009) Water Amnesty. UNSPECIFIED.

2010

Cole, Sarah, Coram Young Parents Project, Jules Maxwell (2010) Smother. [Show/Exhibition]

2013

Cook, Siân (2013) Gay Men Do It Annually. [Art/Design Item]

2014

Zeilig, Hannah and Killick, John and Fox, Chris (2014) The participative arts for people living with a dementia: a critical review. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. ISSN 1652-8670

Zeilig, Hannah (2014) Arts Projects as Community Networks for People with Dementia. In: 1st workshop on Medical Humanities and Ageing, 10 December 2014, King's College London. (Unpublished)

Butterfield, Angela (2014) Resilient places? The healthcare gardens and the Maggie's Centres. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London and Falmouth University.

2015

Zeilig, Hannah and Poland, Fiona and Killick, John and Fox, Chris (2015) The arts in dementia care education: a developmental study. Journal of Public Mental Health, 14 (1). pp. 18-23. ISSN 1746-5729

Windle, Amanda and Burley, Tim and Lane, Ollie (2015) 65+ Membership Scheme. Project Report. Nesta, Nesta.

2016

Cook, Siân (2016) HIV/AIDS + Testing. [Art/Design Item]

2017

Prendiville, Alison (2017) Communication Design in Chronic Health. In: Design for Health. Design for Social Responsibility Series . Routledge: A Gower Book, Farnham Surrey, UK.. (Submitted)

2018

Zeilig, Hannah and Camic, Paul M. and Crutch, Sebastian J. (2018) The arts and dementia: Emerging directions for theory, research and practice. Dementia, 17 (6). pp. 641-798. ISSN 1471-3012

Wilson, Stephen (2018) Transpersonal Futures: Artisthood in Posthumous Digital-Life Limiting Conditions. In: Grappling with the Futures: Insights from Philosophy, History, and Science, Technology and Society, 29-30 April 2018, Harvard University & Boston University.

Bramall, Rebecca and Stanley, Liam (2018) Communicating Tax: Exploring Alternatives to the Government's Annual Tax Summary. Project Report. University of Sheffield, Sheffield.

2019

Douglas, Lorrice (2019) Creative Curricula: Developing inclusion projects informed by states of identity and alienation. In: Inclusion and Intersectionality in Visual Arts Education. UCL IOE Press, London, pp. 56-77. ISBN 978-1-85856-898-3

2020

Zeilig, Hannah and West, Julian (2020) Diverse Rhythms: Co-creativity and wellbeing in dementia care home settings. The FPOP Bulletin (152). pp. 20-26. ISSN 2396-9660

Zeilig, Hannah and Gee, Brioney and Teague, Bonnie and Wilson, Jonathan and Hackmann, Corinna (2020) Foregrounding the perspectives of mental health service users during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mental Health and Social Inclusion. ISSN 2042-8308

Cook, Siân (2020) Testing Times. [Art/Design Item]

Basu, Maitrayee (2020) Social Analysis of COVID-19: A Collective Journal. Routledge, India. ISBN 9780367636616

Barokka, Khairani (2020) How to Make Art in a Pandemic? Art Monthly, 437. ISSN 0142-6702

Barokka, Khairani (2020) Hurt and Words: On Language and Pain in Public. Feminist Review, 125. ISSN 1466-4380

Barokka, Khairani (2020) “Resetting” Extraction and Ableist, Colonial Pandemic Manifestations. Indian Journal of Critical Disability Studies, 1 (1). pp. 68-70.

2021

Zeilig, Hannah (2021) It's just going on with the Flow: Exploring Co-Creativity Agency and Wellbeing. In: Open Academy: It's just going on with the flow, 22 March 2021, Royal Academy of Music.

Minkin, Louisa (2021) Isttoán – Knife. In: Diffracting Digital Images, 26 March 2021, Online.

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