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Survey on Health and Wellbeing in the Creative Sector

Changing Arts and Minds: It’s time to talk about mental health and wellbeing in the creative sector

Ulster University and wellbeing charity Inspire have come together on the SHoWCaSE: A snapshot of health and well-being in the creative sector project, to understand the health and wellbeing of people in the creative industries.  Those in the creative sector make a vital and varied contribution to the health and wellbeing of society; however, little attention is paid to the health and wellbeing of those working in the creative sector.

The survey is for everyone working in the creative industry including artists, performers, support workers, representative bodies, crew, and technicians. If you think you are in the creative industries, we do too. We want to hear about how you work, how you feel, and how you cope with the challenges and rewards the industry offers, and will use the results to provide recommendations and resources to improve the support available to people working right across the creative industries. We do not ask for your name or contact details.

Full information is given on the link below, and if you have any questions, you are welcome to contact the lead researcher (Gillian) on gw.shorter@ulster.ac.uk

Follow this link to access the survey