27 min

S3 Ep. 44 Exploring a Field Guide to Community Arts Prescription with Dr. Tasha Golden The HPP Podcast

    • Education

“Arts and prescription is such an important model on its own, and it's also an example of what we can do when we allow ourselves to imagine that things can be different than they have been.”

In this episode, Dr. Tasha Golden discusses what “arts on prescription” is, what we’ve learned about it from research and emerging models, and why it matters for improving community and whole-person health. She encourages us to imagine what it means to have well being and what it would look like if our health care systems/providers were a part of not only that absence of disease, but the presence of well being in people's lives.

This episode references the resource titled "Arts on Prescription: A Field Guide for US Communities" and coincides with the HPP article titled "Defining “Arts Participation” for Public Health Research." For more information, you can also check out www.tashagolden.com/fieldguide or HPP's Special Supplement: Arts in Public Health.

“Arts and prescription is such an important model on its own, and it's also an example of what we can do when we allow ourselves to imagine that things can be different than they have been.”

In this episode, Dr. Tasha Golden discusses what “arts on prescription” is, what we’ve learned about it from research and emerging models, and why it matters for improving community and whole-person health. She encourages us to imagine what it means to have well being and what it would look like if our health care systems/providers were a part of not only that absence of disease, but the presence of well being in people's lives.

This episode references the resource titled "Arts on Prescription: A Field Guide for US Communities" and coincides with the HPP article titled "Defining “Arts Participation” for Public Health Research." For more information, you can also check out www.tashagolden.com/fieldguide or HPP's Special Supplement: Arts in Public Health.

27 min

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