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ARTS, CREATIVITY AND THE GLOBAL CRISIS

Reimagining Identity, Otherness and The Possible

ARTS AND MEDICINE. THE PATH

Oxford, May 14 , 2019 Iva Fattorini, MD MSc, Founder Artocene

THE BENEFITS OF ARTS IN HEALTHCARE

Changes are taking place in clinical practice and healthcare. There is a growing realisation the technological developments we’ve seen in the last fifty years need to be complimented and supplemented by other interventions.

THE ART OF HEALING WITH ART AND MEDICINE – DR. IVA FATTORINI

As a doctor focused on international health, Dr. Iva Fattorini has had the opportunity to observe many patients from around the world and the ways in which they deal with their treatment. She noticed that for many patients once the medical tests are done, so much of their time is spent waiting.

DR. IVA FATTORIN & DEEPAK CHOPRA – ONE WORLD

As a doctor focused on international health, Dr. Iva Fattorini has had the opportunity to observe many patients from around the world and the ways in which they deal with their treatment.

ARTOCENE DIGITAL: TELEHEALTH PLATFORM FOR THERAPEUTIC ARTS

We are developing first of its kind digital platform to connect art therapists with clients transcending geographical, language or cultural barriers. Art therapy is a form and creative method of psychotherapy which encourages the use of arts as a form or self-expression, a growing trend and a "must-have" of the 21st century. However, very often geography limits its accessibility.

ARTS AND MEDICINE. DO IT

As a doctor who devoted professional life to integration of arts with medicine, I am often being asked, “Why do we need arts in medicine?” and, “Why would we spend money on arts instead of more important things?”

RENEE FLEMING TALKS BIPOLAR WITH OUR PAL

American soprano Renée Fleming and I gave this presentation tonight in Orlando at the Lake Nona Impact Forum about mental wellness, and I played from music by Schubert.

IVA FATTORINI FOR THE NATIVE SOCIETY

SAGES & SCIENTISTS SYMPOSIUM

Iva Fattorini moderates the creativity panel at Sage and Scientists Symposium, organized by Deepak Chopra

THE CONCEPT OF HEALING THROUGH ARTS

THE POWER OF THE ARTS TO HEAL

Far from a luxury of the leisure class, the arts offer therapeutic power as essential to healing as food and medicine. Whether it is music that restores equilibrium to a wounded veteran, dance that allows a wheelchair-bound woman to move, or painting that helps a child express trauma, art helps us tell our stories and restore our humanity.

IVA FATTORINI TALKS ABOUT ARTOCENE

THE ART OF HEALTH – ASPEN INSTITUTE

2015 SPOTLIGHT – THE OPENING AND WELCOME – ASPEN INSTITUTE

PRIEST STEALS HEARTS OF PATIENTS WITH HIS SONGS

Clad in the customary white cloak, a priest here rendered songs ranging from soothing Christian devotional to weighty Carnatic to peppy Malayalam film numbers at a healing-intended music programme organised here today in the run-up to the Kochi Muziris Biennale (KMB) starting next month.

CARE THROUGH ART FORMS

Art and music in hospitals can help patients cope with their conditions better, says Dr Iva Fattorini.

HOW INTEGRATING THE ARTS INTO HOSPITALS COULD HUMANIZE HEALTH CARE

With thousands of artworks and hundreds of music performances, the hospital feels more like a centre of culture–and that’s good for patients and their visitors.

MORE HOSPITALS USE THE HEALING POWERS OF PUBLIC ART

Researchers are learning more about the precise ways paintings and other works of art help patients and families in the healing process.

PAINT, WRITE, SING: HOW THE ARTS HELP HEAL PATIENTS

Paint brushes and IV tubes may not seem to have much in common, but the arts are increasingly touted as a form of healing that can be as relevant to a patient’s well-being as medication. And nearly half the health care institutions in the U.S. have implemented arts programs.

THE HEALING FORCE OF ART: CLEVELAND CLINIC’S ARTS & MEDICINE INSTITUTE

We all know that fine art is like good medicine. It comforts and elevates the spirit and affirms life and hope. As one of the world’s great medical centers, the Cleveland Clinic has always included arts in its healing environment. Long known for its clinical excellence, in recent years the focus of the clinic began to shift to the emotional experience of the patient and family.

FOR THOSE IN HOSPITALS, EXPOSURE TO THE ARTS SPEEDS RECOVERY AND LOWERS MEDICAL COSTS

The usage of artwork and music to help their patients recover.

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