Arts as Research: using the arts to research communication
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For medical and healthcare students at all levels
Arts as Research is a series of 2 sessions (1 Fall, 1 Winter) exploring arts-based research methodologies and its value in healthcare.
Arts-based research (ABR) is the use of artistic practice, such as theatre or photography, as a means to collect, analyze, and communicate research (Leavy, 2015). Sessions will offer an introduction to ABR and illustrate how it has been used for research communication, development of policy, social engagement, pedagogy, and reflective practice. Join us to imagine how you can share your research through art.
– Experiment creatively with artistic practices.
– Learn and engage with the process of creating arts-based research.
– Identify how the arts can be used for advocacy, research communication, reflection, and dialogue.
– Define arts-based research and identify its role within the health humanities and healthcare.
Facilitated by: Hartley Jafine
Instructor & Facilitator, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) and Arts & Science Program
Lecturer (Part-Time), Department of Family Medicine
Session A – October 20, 2021 OR November 23, 2021
(Session A is the same session, offered twice)
Session B – February 8, 2022 OR March 15, 2022
(Session B is the same session, offered twice)
Time: 7:00-8:30PM (EST)
Join for one or both sessions
To register: contact firstname.lastname@example.org