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The Role of Arts and Culture in Health

Grantmakers in the Arts believes that arts and culture deserve public and philanthropic support because they have both intrinsic value and social value.

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Innovative Crossroads: The Intersection of Creativity, Health, and Aging

By 2030, national health care spending is expected to increase by about 25 percent, largely because of the increased number of older Americans. In order to cope with this enormous influx of older people, new adaptations and innovations will be required to meet their health and wellness needs. A field that is gaining increasing attention for its promise to improve the health and well-being of older adult populations is the arts. 

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The Latest Research on Mind-Body Approaches

This webinar discussed the latest scientific research on the effectiveness of complementary health therapies.

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The Role of Arts and Culture in Health

Grantmakers in the Arts believes that arts and culture deserve public and philanthropic support because they have both intrinsic value and social value.

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What’s Coming Up in 2019 for GIH and Health Philanthropy?

In 2019, there are several trends we will be following. These trends show that, in general, funders are grappling with the changing environments of service delivery, health in communities, and organizational effectiveness.

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Partnering to Support Veterans and Military Families

This webinar discussed ways funders can integrate support into existing program areas, and to learn about resources available through the Veterans Philanthropy Exchange.

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Improving Integrated Care with Digital Technology Tools

This webinar discussed the opportunities and challenges health systems face when incorporating new technology in integrated care programs.

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