Good Prognosis

November 16, 2013

As the year ticks down, you are cordially invited to attend ‘Good Prognosis’ – a ground-breaking day of speakers, stalls, food, performance and art – celebrating the impact of culture on health and wellbeing, in Leicester, Leicestershire and beyond…

The event, curated by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT), via I and Tim Sayers, my poet-ing, artist-ing, arts and wellbe-ing, colleague-in-arms – will be staged at Peepul Centre, Leicester – on November 20th, 2013. Click on the link below this post, for full details. The day is free to attend but places are limited, so booking essential.

Programmed speakers and delegates will feature key commissioners, decision makers and experts in their fields, including:

Peter Knott, Area Director of Arts Council England (Midlands); Peter Flack, Chair of Everybody’s Reading festival & Co-founder of Whatever it Takes and Jean Binta Breeze MBE, the world’s first female dub poet and Patron of many LPT projects – in addition to key leaders from the NHS – including Professor David Chiddick CBE, Chair of LPT and newly appointed CEO, Dr Peter Miller.

Also featuring:

Performances from the award-winning, Showcase Smoothie (www.showcasesmoothie.com) and brand new LookALady-Ukulele, recently featured on ITV Central News – See ‘Other Work’ on this site for more information.

Good Prognosis will celebrate the impact of arts and culture on health and wellbeing, think about the effect creativity can have on individuals and communities – and the way in which it can help effect lasting, positive change. There will be opportunities to network and build discussion towards future work.

It’s a good prognosis for Arts and Health – the future’s bright and we want to share it.

To book your free place please contact Maxine Coley, via: maxine.coley@leicspart.nhs.uk or ibrahim.dhorat@leicspart.nhs.uk
Good Prognosis – Invitation

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