On 22nd May 2019 the Nordic Arts & Health Research Network hosts a network meeting for Nordic Arts & Health researchers. The network meeting takes place at the Clinical Research Center, Region Skåne, Malmö (Jan Waldenströmsgata 35).
The network meeting is organised in collaboration with: Taikusydän – Arts & Health Coordination Centre in Finland (Arts Academy, Turku University of Applied Sciences), Clinical Research Center, Primary Care, Malmö, Centre for Culture & Health (Aalborg University), Norwegian Centre for Arts and Health (Nord University), Volda University College & Royal College of Music in Stockholm. The network meeting is funded by the Nordic Culture Point.
9.00 – 9.15 Reflections from the Nordic Arts & Health Conference
Anita Jensen, Clinical Research Center, Region Skåne
9.15 – 10.00 Input from members:
Workshop: Artful dialogue towards new competencies in the field of arts, health and wellbeing
The workshop contributes towards creative knowledge formation for a study on the new competencies needed in transprofessional collaboration in the field of arts, health and well-being.
Kai Lehikoinen, University of the Arts Helsinki
Liisa-Maria Lilja-Viherlampi, Turku University of Applied Sciences
Outi Linnossuo, Turku University of Applied Sciences &
Päivi Känkänen, National Institute for Health and Welfare
10.00 – 10.15 Future of the Nordic Arts & Health Research Network – funding and website
Liisa Laitinen, Turku University of Applied Sciences
10.15 – 10.30 Nordic Journal of Arts, Culture and Health – sustainability and funding
Anita Jensen, Clinical Research Center, Region Skåne &
Wenche Torrissen, Nasjonalt Kompetansesenter for kultur, helse og omsorg
10.30 – 10.45 Coffee break
10.45 – 11.45 Input from members: Themes for discussion
10.45 – 11.15: How to build an interdisciplinary body of knowledge that can help to develop improved methods for ‘art interventions’, as well as formulate a joint framework of understanding than can be grasped and embraced by health care professionals, art professionals (artists, pedagogues, etc.) and decision-makers (politicians etc.) alike?
Presenter: Max Liljefors, Lund University
11.15 – 11.45: With focus on artistic research concerning sound practice in a therapeutic/mental health context, one of the issues that keep coming up in dialogue with traditional healthcare institutions are the definitions, methods and expectations of “evidence-based” assessment and knowledge-production. Most of the methods available are based on pre- and post-workshop assessment and strongly divided between generalist somatic measurements (blood-pressure, cortisone levels, etc.) and subjective interview based assessment, which find often strength in the size of its sample, more than in the effective terms of its questioning.
Presenter: Eduardo Abrantes, Roskilde University
11.45 – 12.00 Programme for the next meeting in Norway
12.00 – Lunch
For more information, please contact:
Project Planner, Arts Academy, Turku University of Applied Sciences
+358 50 468 7263
Arts & Health Strategist, Primary Care, Region Skåne, Sweden