Supporting arts and health evaluation: Report of a UK knowledge transfer partnership

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Daykin, N.; Attwood, M.; Willis, J.; Willis Newson;
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Despite increasing calls for a robust evidence base, there is no clear consensus surrounding appropriate methodologies for evaluation of the impact of arts on health and wellbeing. Commissioners and stakeholders often require evidence of measurable outcomes, but quantit... View more
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