Call for evaluations: Repository for Arts and Health Resources (deadline 15 Nov)

The Repository for Arts and Health Resources was originally created by Angus McLewin and Stephen Clift of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, on behalf of the RSPH Special Interest Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing. It exists to consolidate grey literature focused on culture, health and wellbeing produced primarily in the UK since the field began to develop (the earliest document on the site dates from 1987), although in recent years, the site has been extended to include important documents from the United States, Ireland, Canada and Australia.

If you have published evaluations of work in the arts, museums, heritage and health and wellbeing, please help us to make sure the repository is as complete a resource as possible.

Peer-reviewed literature and published books are excluded from the site. (Please read more about research and evaluation on our page here.)

Morgan Fitton-Zellers is currently working at the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) as an intern to support the continued development of the repository, and is focused on filling any remaining gaps and ensuring that new materials produced during 2017-2019 are uploaded.

If you produced reports before 2017, please search the repository to make sure they are there and send them to Morgan ( if not. Or if you have produced new reports since 2017, please send them to Morgan by midnight on 15 November.