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The MARCH Network is funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the 2018 Cross-Council Mental Health Plus call

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For a sample of some of the research in this field, see the suggested reading below.

 

Each month, we will add a sample of new papers to the list. You can recommend papers by tweeting them @NetworkMARCH

Recommended articles for March 2020:

  1. Veterans taking part in a rehabilitative archaeological dig report significant reductions in depression and anxiety symptom severity, and a significant improvement in wellbeing. Increased engagement with arts events, historical sites, and museums is associated with improved life satisfaction.

  2. Increased engagement with arts events, historical sites, and museums is associated with improved life satisfaction

  3. Participating in singing groups can have an impact on wellbeing for women, through social connection leading to increased self-confidence, self-esteem, social inclusion, and joy

  4. West African dance workshops have been reported to lead to psychological benefits such as stress and anxiety relief, and improvement in mood.

  5. Participants in arts on prescription workshops experienced a significant increase in global wellbeing, through reduction in nerves, stress and anxiety

Previously recommended articles: