Creative facilitation uses arts-based and experimental techniques to bring people from diverse backgrounds together to collaborate, form meaningful connections and experiment with different methodologies.
Creative Facilitation is integral to the operation of the Institute for Medical Humanities both intellectually and practically. It underpins the production of many of our initiatives and outputs, including workshops and conferences, public engagement and stakeholder involvement events, publications, grant applications and new research projects.
The IMH runs training in creative facilitation and reflective practice for academics and professional practitioners. Find out about our next training session below.
To find out more about Creative Facilitation read the IMH report 'Creative Facilitation: Transforming understandings and approaches to interdisciplinary and cross-sector research' or apply to join one of our training programmes.
A report exploring the history, practice and impact of creative facilitation at the IMH.
The IMH runs training in creative facilitation and reflective practice for academics and professional practitioners focused on health and wellbeing.