Arts and humanities for good public health
Why does public health need the arts and humanities? Hear from four expert speakers on the topic.
There is growing recognition of the importance of the arts and humanities for good public health practice and policy. This webinar, organised by the UK Faculty of Public Health and the Centre for History in Public Health will address the place of arts and humanities education within public health training. Lise Saffran will give a short presentation, followed by responses from discussants from across public health and humanities disciplines. There will also be time for audience questions and discussion.
This event is part of an initiative to promote greater understanding of arts and humanities approaches for public health practice and policy, and to develop and promote research, educational resources, and conversations. Visit the Public Health Humanities network for more information.