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By Helen Chatterjee
The social duties of museums is an rising subject within the region. entry, schooling and history stories shape a part of a much broader social intervention to fulfill the desires of the neighborhood in the community and nationally, in a holistic and inclusive means. This e-book appears at a destiny the place the wellbeing and fitness and health and wellbeing of groups is improved via the improvement of museum services.
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Dodd et al. (2002) showed that creative activities gave participants a means of self-expression that was effective in countering mental health issues and enabling new skills. More recently, Balshaw et al. (2012) describe eight projects carried out in seven museums across the north-west of England. These projects ranged in scope, size and target audience, but all were organised under a ‘health and culture’ banner. Healthy walks organised by Bolton Museum and Archive and the People’s History Museum (Manchester) targeted mental health service users and socially isolated older adults (aged between 60 and 80) respectively.
There is considerable evidence which demonstrates that poor mental health increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ No Health Without Public Mental Health (2010) lists numerous studies which exemplify the link between mental health and physical health. Studies by Mykletun et al. (2007, 2009), for example, showed the following sobering statistics: Depression is associated with 50% increased mortality after controlling for confounding factors (such as lifestyle), 67% increased mortality from cardiovascular disease, 50% increased mortality from cancer, two-fold increased mortality from respiratory disease and three-fold increased mortality from metabolic disease.
Overwhelmed. Confidence in artistic ability. The Link between Museums and Health and Well-being • • • • • 39 New experience, sense of achievement at learning new skills. Sense of satisfaction and pleasure in what produced. Ownership. Artistic ability. Art as a leveller (Neal 2012a: 19–27). g. Arigho 2008; Phillips 2008). g. Phillips 2008). Arigho (2008) describes the value of objects in reminiscence work, advocating a multi-sensory approach where objects are used to trigger memories and shared experiences within a person-centred, safe environment.