Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine, Part-time
Harvard Medical School
Harvard School of Public Hlth
Dept of Health Policy & Mgmt
677 Huntington Ave
Boston MA 02115
Available: 11/01/20, Expires: 06/30/22
Substantial research supports the idea that engagement with creative arts can improve health and wellbeing for individuals and communities. Far less is known about how best to make these activities available within a population health model that assures effectiveness of the intervention, scalability and sustainability.
The student role here would be to develop a compelling "Opportunity Framework" that could serve to move the exploration of this opportunity forward, including a summary of relevant research, interviews with key stakeholders. Follow-on student work could include the outlining and execution of an evidence-based plan to then move from "knowledge to action" through demonstration projects, research assessment and dissemination and stakeholder engagement. Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH would be the primary mentor and the activity would be housed within the Center for Primary care at HMS.
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