Creative Arts and Humanities Health Collaborations: Perspectives and Projects from Dublin City University

You are invited to join the IHR Health Humanities Initiative to a talk by Briege Casey of Dublin City University. In this talk, she will outline the synergies between health humanities, arts and health approaches and healthcare/education practice and discuss recent developments in these fields in Ireland and the UK. Dr. Casey will share with us some specific research studies and collaborative arts-based projects from the domains of healthcare practice and healthcare education.

 

About the speaker

Briege Casey is a lecturer at the School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University (DCU). She is involved in educational development in mental health care and homeless prevention and intervention. Her teaching and research activities/publications focus on the use of narrative and arts-based approaches in healthcare education, practice and research. She designed and co-ordinates a Health Humanities module of study which has been running successfully in DCU for many years. Her Doctoral thesis undertaken at The University of Bristol (completed 2011) is entitled ‘Making an exhibition of ourselves: using arts-based inquiry with student nurses.’ Dr. Casey contributes to inter-generational and inclusive teaching and learning at DCU and has recently undertaken research studies exploring the effects of community choir participation among people with dementia and carers, as well as collaborative drama and visual art making with nursing students and marginalised groups. Her preferred research methodologies involve narrative, ethnographic and participatory approaches.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 3:30pm
RBHL 196, 1102 S. McAllister Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281