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 The World Health Organisation 
Collaborating Centre for Arts & Health is based at University College London

Social Biobehavioural Research Group, University College London

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated the Social Biobehavioural Research Group in the Research Department of Behavioural Science and Health at UCL a WHO Collaborating Centre for Arts & Health

The Centre aims to:

1. Carry out world-class research into how the arts, culture and heritage affect mental and physical health

2. Work with world-leading researchers in the UK and internationally to develop and improve arts and health policy globally

3. Provide training programmes, toolkits, and resources to support development in the field, including facilitating opportunities for early career researchers

Cutting-edge research

International policy engagement

Training and development

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