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Museums, health and well-being by Helen Chatterjee

By Helen Chatterjee

The social duties of museums is an rising subject within the quarter. entry, schooling and history reviews shape a part of a much wider social intervention to satisfy the wishes of the group in the community and nationally, in a holistic and inclusive manner. This booklet seems at a destiny the place the overall healthiness and health and wellbeing of groups is more suitable by means of the improvement of museum services.

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G. cheered up). Sense of identity. Something different, inspiring. Calming, relieves anxiety. Passing time. Social experience. Tactile experience (Ander et al. 2012a: 9–11). Quantitative evidence from the same study with 158 hospital inpatients and outpatients (from the following settings: gynaecological oncology, general female and male oncology, acute and elderly care, neurological rehabilitation) plus care home residents employed a quasi-experimental mixed-method design based on self-report measures assessing psychological well-being (Positive Affect Negative Affect scale (PANAS); Watson et al.

It is funded by charitable donations and fundraising. It aims to provide a welcoming, uplifting environment for all patients, visitors and staff through the use of a varied and stimulating arts programme that reflects the diversity of all users of the Trust and in so doing improves patient well-being, boosts staff morale and widens access to the arts. The programme was established in September 2005 and since then has developed a reputation for programming innovative, challenging art events and projects committed to raising the standard of the arts within the health sector.

Fun. Independence. Overwhelmed. Confidence in artistic ability. The Link between Museums and Health and Well-being • • • • • 39 New experience, sense of achievement at learning new skills. Sense of satisfaction and pleasure in what produced. Ownership. Artistic ability. Art as a leveller (Neal 2012a: 19–27). g. Arigho 2008; Phillips 2008). g. Phillips 2008). Arigho (2008) describes the value of objects in reminiscence work, advocating a multi-sensory approach where objects are used to trigger memories and shared experiences within a person-centred, safe environment.

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