Arts-Based Research with Hartley Jafine πŸ—“

Arts-Based Research with Hartley Jafine

Join us to learn how you can share your research through artistic methods. Arts-based research is the use of artistic practices (theatre, photography, poetry, etc.) to collect, analyze, and communicate research (Leavy, 2015). These lectures will offer an introduction to arts-based research methodologies and identify its value in medicine and healthcare. Participants will explore the basics of arts-based research methods and will investigate how one can use this methodology in future research. The lecture will discuss examples of arts-based research in healthcare and how it has been used for research communication, development of health policy, teaching, and reflective practice. No previous arts experience required.

Dates: Tuesday November 24, 2020 and Tuesday January 26, 2021*, from 6-730 pm EST

*Signing up confirms attendance at both November 2020 and January 2021 sessions.

RSVP: Jafine@mcmaster.ca

Goals of the Sessions:

  1. Define and offer an introduction to arts-based research methods and verbatim theatre.

  2. Demonstrate how arts-based research and verbatim theatre can be used as a tool for research communication, development of health policy, teaching, and reflective practice.

  3. Engage and experiment with arts-based research as a methodology and explore how one can use it in future research.

Hartley Jafine
Facilitator, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) and Arts & Science Program
Lecturer (Part-Time), Department of Family Medicine
McMaster University
Communication Coach
Post MD Education – Postgraduate Medical Education
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Interprofessional Arts-Based Learning Specialist
Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research & Innovation in Long-Term Care
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