Creative and Credible
Through a long-standing partnership with the University of the West of England Willis Newson has developed a credible and appropriate model for the evaluation of arts, health and wellbeing projects.
Working with Professor Norma Daykin, we have developed research programmes, training and resources to support improved evaluation practice.
The learning, research, evidence and resources from this work has been collected together to form Creative and Credible - a knowledge repository for arts & health evaluation – funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
The Creative and Credible website was launched at the Arts & Health South West Annual Conference in November 2015.
For more information about Willis Newson’s evaluation portfolio visit our Arts and Health Evaluation projects page