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Wednesday, September 18, 2019  |  8:15 AM - 9:15 AM

Open to Conference Attendees Only

KEYNOTE: Arts in Public Health

SPEAKERS
 
Jill Sonke
Director of the Center for the Arts in Medicine, University of Florida (UF)
 
Kelley Sams
Visiting Research Scholar, University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine
 
Stacy Springs, MS, PhD
Research Integrity Officer / Research Associate, Center for Evidence Synthesis, Harvard University / Brown University School of Public Health
 
Susan Magsamen
Executive Director, International Arts + Minds Lab

Creating Healthy Communities: Arts + Public Health in America

Jill Sonke, Kelley Sams, Stacey Springs, Susan Magsamen

Today, innovation is taking root at the intersections of arts and culture, public health and community development throughout the nation. Creating Healthy Communities: Arts + Public Health in America is a national initiative designed to accelerate this innovation and to build healthy communities in alignment with national public health goals. The translational initiative engages a comprehensive agenda of research, collaboration, publication and communication to drive significant advancements in public health through evidence-based use of the arts. The session will overview the initiative and share findings from six national working group convenings, a field survey, focus groups and scoping review. It will introduce several new publications produced by the initiative, including a white paper, concept brief, and governmental advisory briefs, designed to advance evidence-based practice and policy innovation at the intersections of the arts, public health and community development.

SESSION FOCUS AREAS: = Generative Space = NOAH