Arts in Health Research (AHR) Community of Practice

Are you a health researcher who uses arts-based methodologies? Are you interested in crossing disciplinary boundaries, cross-pollinating ideas, and connecting with other arts-based health researchers?

The Arts in Health Research (AHR) community of practice aims to be a vibrant collegial space in which members share their work, engage with and learn from the approaches of others, discuss challenges and successes of their research, and explore emerging trends and innovations in arts-based methodologies.

All researchers who are currently working at the intersection between the arts and health research are welcome to attend.

The date, time, topic, and format of our sessions will vary as our community develops. All sessions will be held at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology.

The AHR Community of Practice is co-facilitated by:

  • Susan Cox, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Population and Public Health and W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics
  • Gloria Puurveen, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics

If you have any questions about this Community of Practice and/or ideas for future events, please contact Gloria Puurveen.