Deadline: 1 June 2017
How does participating in visual arts impact the subjective wellbeing of adults (18-65 year olds) who have been diagnosed with a mental health condition? We are carrying out a review of all available evidence to find out.
If you work in an organisation that runs, funds, or works in any way with visual arts for adults experiencing mental health issues, we need your evaluation reports* – whether printed, digital or visual evidence – to help us tell the whole story.
Criteria for submission and review
We will accept sources for review and possible inclusion in our systematic review using the following criteria.
- submissions must be evaluation reports only.
- reports submitted must have been completed in the past three years (2014-present) and include author details (individuals, groups or organisations).
- evaluation methods may be qualitative methods, quantitative methods or mixed methods.
- the central report objective must be the measurement of wellbeing outcomes and/or evaluation of the processes by which wellbeing outcomes are achieved in visual arts interventions or initiatives related to adults with mental health conditions.
We can only consider your evaluations if they are submitted through this call for evidence. Evidence submitted to individual researchers in the programme cannot be considered. If you have previously sent documents to the culture and sport team please re-submit through this call.
Please send your evaluations to email@example.com with the subject header: visual arts evidence review.