Brain and Culture lecture February 21st at 15.00 “The role of the arts in improving health” with Karen Mak, University College London

Title: The role of the arts in improving health Speaker: Karen Mak, University College London Date & time February 21st at 15.00 Location: Zoom lecture (details to follow)   The role of the arts in improving health This presentation will be showing the most recent evidence from population-based surveys on the health impacts of the arts, …

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Tisd 21 Feb

Brain and Culture with Karen Mak, University College London

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