Summer Intensives

1st Annual Arts in Healthcare for Global Communities Intensive at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, June 2-12, 2014

Presented by the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine and Makerere University

Explore the arts and health in a global context

The Arts in Medicine for Global Communities Intensive at Makerere University is designed to provide professionals and students in the health sciences, arts, and public health with a comprehensive introductory experience of how the arts can enhance healthcare and public health in global communities. Arts in Medicine leaders from Makerere University and the University of Florida will present lectures and workshops, and participants will engage in hands-on mentored service-learning work in local hospitals and communities.

  • Online Registration - now open!

  • Program Fees: $2680 for professionals from outside of East Africa, $2280 for students from outside of East Africa. Full scholarships available are available for East Africa residents, and partial scholarships are available for others. Early registration discounts also available (approximately 10% early registration discounts apply until April 15, 2104)
  • Scholarship applications must be submitted by 5:00pm EST on March 24, 2014. Please e-mail jsonke@ufl.edu for an application.

  • Accommodations and meals: Accommodations will be provided as a part of the program fee at the Grand Global Gardens Hotel, adjacent to the Makerere University campus. Breakfast is included in the accommodations, and lunch will be provided on program days.
  • Travel, transportation and other costs: The program fee does not include airfare or ground transportation. Participants traveling from abroad should anticipate additional costs for vaccinations, visas, additional meals and incidentals.
  • Please email CAM@arts.ufl.edu or call 352.733.0880 if you have any questions about this program.

    13th Annual Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive at the University of Florida: July 7-18, 2014

    The Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive is designed to meet the needs of students and professionals at all levels of experience. The program includes two weeks of on-site programming at the University of Florida and a set of online modules designed to be completed prior to the program.

    The Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive is a comprehensive training program for artists, caregivers, administrators, students, educators, and others who wish to explore the roles of the arts in healthcare fields and settings. Participants may choose the arts clinical practice or administration track. Both tracks include workshops in the history, philosophy and physiology of art and healing, experiential workshops in the visual arts, music, dance, theatre and writing, workshops in compassion fatigue and self-care, facilitating the arts at the bedside, arts in healthcare program implementation, administration, and grant writing, research, and practical bedside arts experience with the Shands Arts in Medicine program,. The intensive now includes new online modules, including Patient Safety, Understanding the Experience of Illness, Healthcare Culture, and Healthcare Communication.

    Click here to view our slideshow of images from the Summer Intensive.

    Further details about the program:

    For more information, contact the Center for Arts in Medicine at CAM@arts.ufl.edu

    6th Annual Arts in Healthcare Clinical Practice Intensive at the University at Buffalo: August 4-15, 2014

    Presented by the University at Buffalo Center for the Arts
    and the University of Florida Center for the Arts in Medicine

    Begin or deepen your practice in the Arts in Healthcare at the University at Buffalo

    The Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive at the University at Buffalo is designed to provide beginning and experienced arts in healthcare students and professionals with an opportunity to explore the arts in healthcare through applied theory and practice.

    The University at Buffalo's Summer Intensive Webpage.

    Scholarships available, due date TBA.

    For more information, contact:
    Katherine Trapanovski
    716-645-0891
    ktrap@buffalo.edu

    Please email CAM@arts.ufl.eduor call 352.733.0880 if you have any questions about any of our programs.

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