We at the HARC believe in the utilization of arts-based approaches to learning, as well as marrying Traditional and Western knowledges where appropriate. Below you can find copies of various teaching and learning resources generated by our HARC team. For more information on any of these documents or, to request facilitation by our team of any of these lesson plans, please contact Marion Erickson at email@example.com or Laura McNab-Coombs at …Read More
Useful and informative links that explore themes relevant to the relationships between art, health and place in northern, Indigenous and First Nations communities.
The National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH) is a national Indigenous organization established in 2005 by the Government of Canada and funded through the Public Health Agency of Canada to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis public health renewal and health equity through knowledge translation and exchange. The NCCIH is hosted by the University of Northern BC (UNBC) in Prince George, BC. To visit the NCCIH website, click on …Read More
Announcing the official launch of the History of Medicine and Medical Humanities Research Portal from McMaster University!
We at HARC were very pleased to come across the news today that McMaster University has launched a History of Medicine and Medical Humanities Research Portal. They proudly share: With over 400 pages of original description of libraries, archives, museums, digital collections, blogs, grants, and other resources in the history of medicine and medical humanities, this new resource is for all students, faculty, clinicians, and interested researchers. It includes listings …Read More
Please follow this link to browse resources of interest to creative expression, arts, health, well-being and healing. Additional ResourcesRead More
The Health Arts Society deliversprofessional music and theatre performances to audiences in health care facilities, providing those isolated from our arts community the experience of enjoying performance arts in their own health care setting.Read More
Arts and Health Alliance (formerly Global Alliance for Arts & Health) was a geographically global and multidisciplinary alliance whose past publications are a valuable resource to advancing arts as integral to healthcare.Read More
Arts Health Network is Canada’s primary arts and health knowledge sharing, networking and capacity building hub, helping to promote and facilitate the development and growth of arts and health initiatives across Canada.Read More
The First Nations Health Authority took over health program and service delivery responsibilities from Health Canada’s First Nations and Inuit Health Branch in British Columbia on October 1, 2013.Read More