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Caroline Ellis-Hill Anne Quinney Lee Ann Fenge

Using arts approaches within research –Lee Ann – Seen but Seldom Heard Project, Gay and Pleasant Land Project, Narratives of Dignity Using arts approaches in education to develop creativity and curiosity – Anne – Exploring Evidence to Guide Practice Gain evidence to support the development of Arts and Health in NHS service provisionCaroline - HeART of Stroke project


Expert research advice and support Theory/academic understandings Link with work/networks nationally and internationally Raise profile locally, nationally, and internationally Theory/expertise - collaborative and participatory approaches

Contribute to the education of future health and social care professionals Expertise interprofessional and interagency collaboration Identification of and bidding for research funding Expertise in ethical approval and research governance processes


Quantitative/Qualitative/Mixed methods Literature review/synthesis Case study Evaluation Interview studies Questionnaires/survey Observation Uncontrolled/Randomised Controlled Trials

Workshops /seminars ◦ HEA seminar ◦ ESRC workshop

Teaching resources/links ◦ All programmes ◦ Health and Social Care professionals

Publishing ◦ Academic journals ◦ Professional magazines

Kayak ◦ Small ◦ Swift responsive ◦ Low cost

But  Can only sail locally ◦ Geographically ◦ Intellectually ◦ Level of influence

Ocean-going liner can sail the world ◦ Geographically ◦ Intellectually ◦ Level of influence

But ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦

More costly, Slower responsiveness Slower to turn Lots of people involved

Research takes much longer than may expect

Processes ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦

Planning bid Funding resources Funding review Recruitment researcher Ethical approval

◦ Start research !

1 month to I year often only 1/year 2 months to I year 3 months onwards 2 months to 6 months

Helpful to think in terms of building relationships –getting to know people

Think about what you are planning over the next 1-2 years

Learning process both ways

Much more likely to be successful

Basic researcher Grade 4 – rough estimate £350/day Other staff /academics i.e. Professor - rough estimate £650/day We can identify and apply for funding sources with you

Pump priming for new innovative projects that will deliver added value to BU or the community at large.


Driven by the principles of Fusion, ◦ involve joint working between staff (ideally across academic areas) ◦ students ◦ with external stakeholders.


Duration: between 6 and 12 months. Awards available: between £2k and £75k.


Priority ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦

Staff and student participation in co-production/creation Business/industry engagement or network creation Student and/or public engagement Inter-disciplinary research/practice projects involving collaboration of one or more research areas (e.g. academic groups or Schools), especially where they are clearly linked to the BU Research Themes.

Other ways of making links 

MSc /CPD Link: Gill Jordan

◦ For yourself or fund somebody else ◦ Just a module or whole course 

PhD/DClinP Link: Sara Glithro

◦ For yourself or fund somebody else  **PhD Matched-funding (50% equivalent to £21k over three years) ** 

Consultancy Link: Mary Ann Roberston

◦ buy in academics time to advise about research/theory


Humanisation – Human values in Health and Social care (Caroline and Anne)

Arts in Research (Lee Ann and Kip Jones )

Narrative group (Anne and Lee Ann)

Bournemouth University Dementia Institute BUDI – working in dementia (Anthea Innes and team) Often collaborate with other BU schools – access to different disciplines

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These are not academic groups - I would say research themes perhaps. Lee-Ann,Fenge, 11/11/2013

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Caroline Ellis-Hill Anne Quinney Lee Ann Fenge Kip Jones Anthea Innes Gill Jordan Sara Glithro Mary Ann Robertson

Caroline ellis hill bu dcc conf linking with university researchers