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Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing: project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations

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Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing : project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations. / Farrer, Joan; Bowyer, Cressida; Watt, Carolyn; Powell, Wendy; Allan, Iain.

2016. Paper presented at Sixth Euro-India International Conference on Holistic Medicine (ICHM-2016) , Kottayam, India.

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Farrer, J, Bowyer, C, Watt, C, Powell, W & Allan, I 2016, 'Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing: project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations', Paper presented at Sixth Euro-India International Conference on Holistic Medicine (ICHM-2016) , Kottayam, India, 9/09/16 - 11/09/16.

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Farrer, J., Bowyer, C., Watt, C., Powell, W., & Allan, I. (2016). Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing: project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations. Paper presented at Sixth Euro-India International Conference on Holistic Medicine (ICHM-2016) , Kottayam, India.

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Farrer J, Bowyer C, Watt C, Powell W, Allan I. Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing: project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations. 2016. Paper presented at Sixth Euro-India International Conference on Holistic Medicine (ICHM-2016) , Kottayam, India.

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Farrer, Joan ; Bowyer, Cressida ; Watt, Carolyn ; Powell, Wendy ; Allan, Iain. / Transdisciplinary working practices for wellbeing : project examples using the creative and cultural industries for healthcare innovations. Paper presented at Sixth Euro-India International Conference on Holistic Medicine (ICHM-2016) , Kottayam, India.4 p.

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