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Opportunity profile: Healing health inequalities with the arts

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The AHRC is looking for place-based health projects and a coordinator to boost their impact

Top tips

  • You should have a thorough knowledge of research in this space, and of the role of the arts and humanities in addressing health challenges.
  • Ideal candidates will have experience of working with non-academic partners to deliver research and impact.
  • Fellowship candidates should show prior liaison with the National Centre for Creative Health.

The Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Medical Research Council and the Natural Environmental Research Council have opened a pair of calls as part of the AHRC’s Mobilising Cultural and Natural Assets to Combat Health Inequalities programme.

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