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Nikki Crane

Ms Nikki Crane

Nikki Crane Lead of Creative Health

Research interests

  • Arts

Biography

Nikki Crane is King's Lead for Creative Health bringing together a network of staff, students and healthcare professionals across King’s with an interest in this field. At Arts Council England she led the development of the first national strategies for arts in criminal justice and arts in health.

Research

Rosetta Life - Stroke Odysseys (c) Pari Naderi
SHAPER - Scaling-up Health Arts Programmes: Implementation and Effectiveness Research

SHAPER is a programme that will assess the effectiveness and implementation of 3 arts-in-health, Melodies for Mums with Postnatal Depression, Dance for Parkinson’s, Stroke Odysseys.

News

Arts must form an integral part of modern health and social care, report shows

The landmark Creative Health Review report was launched at Science Gallery London at King’s

APPG Creative Health Web Resize

'It's about hope' Symposium advocates for lived-experience ambassadors in Creative Health

The symposium advocated for the powerful role of lived experience ambassadors in the health and social care system

Let Silence Speak Web 1

Young people, mental health and wellbeing: Exploring creative approaches and collaborations

The event that took place on 22 February 2022 kick-starts at King's a new programme in the area of young people, mental health and wellbeing

Features

New pan-European project examines innovative art-based approaches to teaching

The ARTHEWE project is a three-year educational initiative funded by Erasmus+ co-develop innovative study modules in arts, health and wellbeing education with...

Mark Rietema leads a Contact Improvisation exercise

Research

Rosetta Life - Stroke Odysseys (c) Pari Naderi
SHAPER - Scaling-up Health Arts Programmes: Implementation and Effectiveness Research

SHAPER is a programme that will assess the effectiveness and implementation of 3 arts-in-health, Melodies for Mums with Postnatal Depression, Dance for Parkinson’s, Stroke Odysseys.

News

Arts must form an integral part of modern health and social care, report shows

The landmark Creative Health Review report was launched at Science Gallery London at King’s

APPG Creative Health Web Resize

'It's about hope' Symposium advocates for lived-experience ambassadors in Creative Health

The symposium advocated for the powerful role of lived experience ambassadors in the health and social care system

Let Silence Speak Web 1

Young people, mental health and wellbeing: Exploring creative approaches and collaborations

The event that took place on 22 February 2022 kick-starts at King's a new programme in the area of young people, mental health and wellbeing

Features

New pan-European project examines innovative art-based approaches to teaching

The ARTHEWE project is a three-year educational initiative funded by Erasmus+ co-develop innovative study modules in arts, health and wellbeing education with...

Mark Rietema leads a Contact Improvisation exercise