Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) Team

The International Health Humanities Network

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Development of a website is to act as a global networking and database resource for the ways that knowledge from arts and humanities subjects can impact upon or influence the theory and practice of healthcare and health and wellbeing of the public, not least for informal carers and self-carers.


Arts and Humanities Research Council



Start/finish date

July 2011-April 2012

Project staff

P Crawford, B Brown, V Tischler, C Baker, R Carter


School of English, School of Psychology, Arts & Humanities Research Council, The Institute of Mental Health Nottingham, National Institute of Health, Centre for Advanced Studies, De Monfort University, OPPNET basic Behavioural & Social Science Opportunity Network.


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Health E-Learning and Media Team

School of Health Sciences
B310, B Floor, South Block Link
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2UH