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Establishing common ground in community-based arts in health



Establishing common ground in community-based arts in health



Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 126(3): 128-133



This article originates in current research into community-based arts in health. Arts in health is now a diverse field of practice, and community-based arts in health interventions have extended the work beyond healthcare settings into public health. Examples of this work can now be found internationally in different health systems and cultural contexts.

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Accession: 012786321

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PMID: 16739618

DOI: 10.1177/1466424006064302


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