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    Aesthetic, Emotion and Empathetic Imagination: Beyond Innovation to Creativity in the Health and Social Care Workforce.Deborah Munt & Janet Hargreaves - 2009 - Health Care Analysis 17 (4):285-295.
    The Creativity in Health and Care Workshops programme was a series of investigative workshops aimed at interrogating the subject of creativity with an over-arching objective of extending the understanding of the problems and possibilities of applying creativity within the health and care sector workforce. Included in the workshops was a concept analysis, which attempted to gain clearer understanding of creativity and innovation within this context. The analysis led to emergent theory regarding the central importance of aesthetics, emotion and empathetic imagination (...)
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    Examining Creativity in Health and Care.Emma Brodzinski & Deborah Munt - 2009 - Health Care Analysis 17 (4):277-284.
    This paper is drafted as an overview of the process of the Creativity in Health and Care workshop programme the themes arising from the project. It is intended as an introduction to the special edition and the notion of creativity that is being explored.
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    Preparing to Be Creative in the NHS: Making It Personal. [REVIEW]Carol Massey & Deborah Munt - 2009 - Health Care Analysis 17 (4):296-308.
    There is currently a clarion call for the NHS to be more creative and innovative, as it moves into an increasingly quality focused agenda. But exactly how easy is it to do this when the NHS performance regime for the last 10 years has been more about delivering centrally driven, specific and detailed targets for improvement, such as reduction of waiting times, than promoting a culture that speaks of experimentation and possibilities rather than certainties. Can a workforce that may not (...)
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