2009 Global Alliance Press Releases
September 2009 | First-of-its-Kind Report Offers In-Depth Analysis of Growing Field of Arts in Healthcare
As the nation continues to debate health reform and cost control measures, a new report sheds light on the role of the arts in improving quality of healthcare and lowering costs.
August 2009 | Society for the Arts in Healthcare Receives Quality of Life Grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
Funding will support the development of a webinar on best practices for arts programming for people living with paralysis, providing access to cutting-edge information for up to 75 professionals.
June 19, 2009 | Society for the Arts in Healthcare Appoints New Board Member
The Society for the Arts in Healthcare announced the appointment of Xueli Tan, MM, MT-BC, Research and Clinical music therapist of The Music Settlement to its Board of Directors.
April 6, 2009 | Society for the Arts in Healthcare's 20th Annual Conference
The Society for the Arts in Healthcare and the University at Buffalo (UB) will convene over 350 international art and healthcare professionals and students in Buffalo, New York, April 22 - 25, 2009 to explore strategies and best practices for incorporating the arts into healthcare settings. Hands-on workshops, participatory seminars, posters, tours and performances will offer participants a unique view of the vital role the arts play in health.
April 6, 2009 | New Arts & Health Journal Launched
Routledge announced today the launch of Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, the first international forum for the publication of research, policy and best practice within the interdisciplinary field of arts and health.
March 17, 2009 | Partnership Funds Arts Programs to Improve Health
The Johnson & Johnson/Society for the Arts in Healthcare partnership announced the 2009 award recipients of its annual grant program, designed to engage community healthcare workers, caregivers, families and artists in the practice of arts in healthcare to increase community support, involvement and leadership in the public health arena.