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The Creative Arts in Palliative Care

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Acknowledgements. Part I: Developing Creative Arts in Palliative Care. 1. Introduction - The Creative Arts in Palliative Care. Nigel Hartley and Malcolm Payne, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 2. Managing Creative Arts and Artists in Healthcare Settings. Nigel Hartley. 3. The Palliative Care Community - Using the Arts in Different Settings. Nigel Hartley. 4. Exhibiting, Promoting and Funding the Arts in Healthcare Settings. Nigel Hartley. 5. Research and Audit in Palliative Care Creative Arts. Malcolm Payne. Part II: Experiences of Creative Arts in Palliative Care. 6. Experiences of Creative Arts in Palliative Care - Introduction to Part II. Malcolm Payne. 7. Pottery and Painting. Lynn Harmer, St Christopher's Hospice, London; Greenwich Community College, South London. 8. Craft Work. Adrian Butchers, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 9. Digital Arts. Marion Tasker, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 10. Art Therapy. Samantha Dobbs, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 11. Community Arts. Virginia Hearth, St Christopher's Hospice, London.. 12. Beginning to Work as a Community Artist in Palliative Care. Mick Sands, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 13. Music Therapy in the Community. Tamsin Dives, St Christopher's Hospice, London. 14. Music and Music Therapy at St Christopher's Hospice - An Evaluation Study. Abi Gill, National Society for Epilepsy, Buckinghamshire. 15. Conclusion. Malcolm Payne and Nigel Hartley. Bibliography. Contributors. Suppliers. Subject Index. Author Index.

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Guidance on successful application of the creative arts in palliative care

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Malcolm Payne is Director of Psycho-social and Spiritual Care at St Christopher's Hospice, London, Emeritus Professor, Manchester Metropolitan University and Honorary Professor, Kingston University and St Georges Medical School. Nigel Hartley is Director of Supportive Care at St Christopher's Hospice. He is an experienced music therapist who teaches widely about his work across the UK, in Germany, Italy and the USA.


This book is a valuable resource giving information in a collection of articles that, taken together, support the justification for including creative arts in the services offered to those who are facing the end of life. -- Journal of Palliative Care The Creative Arts in Palliative Care is a forward-thinking text which integrates management, treatment and community building aspects of creative arts in palliative care. I highly recommend The Creative Arts in Palliative Care. This book is a must read for artists, therapists, volunteers, managers and directors who specialize in working with patients and caregivers who are facing end of life. -- Nordic Journal of Music Therapy This book is an invaluable starting point, and hopefully a catalyst for more of the kind, bridging the gap between the paucity of literature and the richness of opportunities that the creative arts offer for personal transformation, increased well-being and social inclusion in palliative care. -- European Journal of Palliative Care This book provides a credible and informative account of the contribution of the creative arts in palliative care. It is an accessible read for those with experience in this field, and will be of interest to people studying therapeutic media beyond standard medical approaches in a palliative care context, as well as those keen to explore and understand more about the life-affirming and life-enhancing potential of creative art. -- Writing in Education This book was incredibly informative. It strove to inform, inspire and educate 'artists' to work in palliative care, and gave the tools and strategies to us for success... I recommend this book to any creative arts therapists who wish to work in palliative care, or want to brush up on some strategies for wearing their 'business hats' and increasing their practice hours. -- Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal I highly recommend this book to anyone involved in palliative care: administrators, nurses, social workers, caregivers, families, creative artists, therapists, and students...This book is moving, practical, and inspiring to all those dealing with chronic illness, pain, death, and dying. -- Art Therapy `This book would be useful to those who are hoping to establish creative arts practices in this field in a range of locations, and would be of particular help to those who may be managing such projects and who fell they have little or no experience or expertise in this field.` -- hospice information bulletin, Kate Powis, lecturer and researcher at St Helena Hospice, Colchester `The book is a brave and sensible move by Hartley and Payne. Brave, in encouraging more "group think" from professions often in conflict regarding issues of funding or professional boundaries. Sensible, because the common ground for these professions, creativity, has so much to offer palliative care: a book of this kind has long been needed to celebrate and promote the potential of the work these professions do.' -- British Journal of Music Therapy, Julian O'Kelly, day hospice manager and music therapists at the Princess Alice Hospice, Esher, Surrey, UK

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