2020 END OF YEAR APPEAL
NOAH has accomplished this remarkable work in 2020 because of its high caliber, hard working board of 15, its staff and dedicated volunteers.
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CHECK OUT THE IMPACT OF OUR WORK IN 2020 BELOW!
109 New Members in 2020 taking our total membership to 468
Annual National Conference (4th Annual, 1st Virtual) with over 20 hours of programming on Arts and Social Equity, Arts in Health Programming and Covid-19, and the Value of Arts in Health with 228 participants, 65 speakers and 9 sponsors
National Leadership Summit convening 43 national leaders in medical care, medical education and public health along with representatives of national arts, medical and public health agencies and foundations as a means of identifying their priorities concerns, opportunities for the arts in addressing those concerns, and expanding their support for arts in health
Annual International Arts in Health Awards Program highlighting 4 winners in 3 categories: Arts Advancing Social Justice, Arts Building Resilience, and Arts for Innovation and supporting their work with $2,000 in funding
National Arts Advocacy Day – Advocating for arts in health funding and policy initiatives to Congress via National Arts Advocacy Day
22 posts on the NOAH arts in health blog highlighting arts in health creative responses to the Covid-19 pandemic
2 New Publications:
- Leadership Summary Report –Burnout, Research, Public Health: Critical Issues and Action Plans – an overview of the current field of arts in health that identifies priority action steps for strengthening the field
- Educational Resource – The Core Curriculum for Arts in Health Professionals to enable artists and arts administrators to gain accreditation in arts in health and gain work opportunities in medical and public health settings
15 Creative Response Forums with 427 participants networking and communally identifying and problem solving the inherent challenges we face in addressing Covid-19 and systemic racism in arts in health
Initiative to address clinician burnout: Arts for Resilience in Clinicians (ARC) explores uses of the arts to address this critical area of need