What works for wellbeing in culture and sport? Report of a DELPHI process to support coproduction and establish principles and parameters of an evidence review

Norma Daykin, Louise Mansfield, Annette Payne, Tess Kay, Catherine Meads, Giorgia D’Innocenzo, Adele Burnett, Paul Dolan, Guy Julier, Alan Tomlinson

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Abstract

There is a growing recognition of the ways in which culture and sport can contribute to wellbeing. A strong evidence base is needed to support innovative service development and a 3-year research programme is being undertaken to capture best evidence of wellbeing impacts and outcomes of cultural and sporting activities in order to inform UK policy and practice. This article provides an overview of methods and findings from an initial coproduction process with key stakeholders that sought to explore and agree principles and parameters of the evidence review for culture, sport and wellbeing (CSW).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)281-288
Number of pages8
JournalPerspectives in Public Health
Volume137
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Oct 2016

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Keywords

  • culture
  • sport, wellbeing
  • evidence review
  • coproduction
  • DELPHI

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