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Monday, October 8, 2018  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Open to Conference Attendees Only

PLENARY SESSION: Research in Arts in Health I

SPEAKERS
Francis Bethoux, MD
Medical Director for the Arts & Medicine Institute, Cleveland Clinic
 
Lisa Gallagher, MA, MT-BC
Research Program Manager, Arts & Medicine Institute - Cleveland Clinic
Max Helgemo
Research Coordinator, University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine
Maria Jukic, JD
Executive Director, Arts & Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic
Dr. Virginia Pesata
Assistant Program Director and Assoc. Professor, South University
 
Jill Sonke
Director of the Center for the Arts in Medicine, University of Florida (UF)

3:00 PM—3:15 PM The Florida Arts in Health Mapping Project

 

Prevalence of arts in health programs in the US was documented through surveys in 2004 and 2007. A resulting 2009 report is widely cited, but no state-­level data is available. The Florida Arts in Health Mapping Project developed a systematic mapping protocol including systematic search, verification and online survey. The project mapped 107 Florida programs and provides descriptive information that may assist with benchmarking nationally.

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will evaluate a protocol for mapping arts in health programs at the state or regional level.
2. Participants will assess inclusion and exclusion criteria for mapping arts in health programs. 
3. Participants will distinguish four types of arts in health programs, as identified in the state of Florida.
4. Participants will assess the value of mapping and describing arts in health programs at the state level. 

 

3:15 PM –3:50 PM Arts in Health Research: Let’s Team Up!

 

The presenters will discuss the rationale for conducting arts in health research and will describe the types of research projects and roles for members of the arts in health team. We will focus on practical considerations regarding research involvement for individuals without extensive prior research exposure. Examples from our own program and other published studies will be provided to illustrate key questions about arts in health research.

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to identify reasons for conducting arts in health research.
  2. Participants will be able to recognize ways they can participate in arts in health research.
  3. Participants will be able to distinguish between types of research projects in arts in health research.
  4. Participants will be able to evaluate required steps to consider when developing research studies/programs.
 
3:50 PM—4:00 PM Q&A/Discussion
SESSION FOCUS AREAS: = Generative Space = NOAH