Lorna recently chaired a conference and a series of podcasts, “Creative Lives: Tackling Inequalities”, as part of a Grand Challenges award-winning research project. The conference investigated how creative health approaches and social prescribing can be used to connect and communicate, throughout life and generations.
Researchers, artists, performers and experts by experience from around the world and in local communities were drawn together, in curated conversations. This resulted in a stimulating debate which aimed to open practice. You can listen to this on the podcast.
There is a review of this project on the Royal Society for Public Health website.