Arts and creative activities for mental wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdown: report of a survey of university staff

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Skingley, A., Manship, S., Pollock, N., Price, N., Price, S. and Wright, T. 2022. Arts and creative activities for mental wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdown: report of a survey of university staff.
AuthorsSkingley, A., Manship, S., Pollock, N., Price, N., Price, S. and Wright, T.
TypeResearch report
Abstract

Purpose
There is evidence that the recent Covid-19 pandemic has led to an increase in stress in the UK workforce. Research also suggests that engaging in arts and creative activities may alleviate stress. The purpose was to explore how this might relate to staff at Canterbury Christ Church University, and specifically 1) to identify the overall extent of uptake and popularity of different arts activities; 2) to assess how this compares with pre-Covid levels of engagement and; 3) to identify how engagement with activities may serve to mitigate any adverse effects of the pandemic and beyond.
Design
The two-stage design comprised an online questionnaire, followed by in-depth interviews with a sub-sample of respondents.
Findings
178 individuals responded to the questionnaire, and 12 individuals were interviewed. Receptive arts engagement featured more frequently than participatory arts. 46.6% respondents reported more engagement during lockdown than before. The most frequently reported benefits related to the ability to disengage from the negative concerns of lockdown. Interview data identified four themes: creativity for wellbeing; connecting and contributing; pandemic as opportunity; and reflecting the times.
Originality
Little previous research has been conducted on the impacts of the arts specifically on university staff during Covid, particularly research including non-academic staff.

KeywordsCovid-19; Arts; Creative activities; University staff; Wellbeing
Year2022
Output statusUnpublished
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Wright, T., Jackson, C., Manley, K., Martin, A. and Leary, A. 2015. Developing a caseload model to reflect the complexity of district and community nursing. Primary Health Care. 25 (7), pp. 32-33. https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.25.7.32.e1057
Continuing professional development (CPD) for quality care: context, mechanisms, outcome and impact: Education Outcomes Framework: round 2 funding: final report January 2015
Jackson, C., Manley, K., Martin, A. and Wright, T. 2015. Continuing professional development (CPD) for quality care: context, mechanisms, outcome and impact: Education Outcomes Framework: round 2 funding: final report January 2015. Canterbury Christ Church University England Centre for Practice Development.
Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation
Wright, T. and Wright, T. 2013. Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation.
Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation
Wright, K. and Wright, T. 2013. Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation.
The Cassandra Project- building a sustainable workload activity model for future community and district nursing workforce capacity planning
Jackson, C., Leary, A., Manley, K., Wright, T. and Martin, A. 2015. The Cassandra Project- building a sustainable workload activity model for future community and district nursing workforce capacity planning.
Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation
Wright, T. and Wright, K. 2013. Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation. International Practice Development Journal. 3 (Suppl.).
Transforming urgent & emergency care together: developing standards for integrated facilitation in and about the workplace
Manley, K., Martin, A., Jackson, C., Wright, T. and Health Education Kent Surrey and Sussex 2015. Transforming urgent & emergency care together: developing standards for integrated facilitation in and about the workplace. Canterbury, UK Canterbury Christ Church University.
P131: Understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV: UK results from the IMPRESS Health 2 study.
O'Connor, S., Hart, M. and Manship, S. 2015. P131: Understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV: UK results from the IMPRESS Health 2 study. HIV Medicine. 16 (Supp 2), pp. 53-54. https://doi.org/10.1111/hiv.12265
Evaluation of the totally touchable arts intervention project for sight impaired adults
Manship, S. and Hatzidimitriadou, E. 2015. Evaluation of the totally touchable arts intervention project for sight impaired adults. Canterbury Christ Church University.
An evaluation of domestic abuse programmes for adolescents in Kent and Medway
Manship, S. and Perry, R. 2012. An evaluation of domestic abuse programmes for adolescents in Kent and Medway.
Singing for mental health and wellbeing: findings from West Kent and Medway
Clift, S., Manship, S. and Stephens, L. 2015. Singing for mental health and wellbeing: findings from West Kent and Medway. Canterbury, UK Canterbury Christ Church University.
A qualitative evaluation of psychosocial outcomes of the Creative Communications pilot project for people with dementia
Manship, S. and Hatzidimitriadou, E. 2015. A qualitative evaluation of psychosocial outcomes of the Creative Communications pilot project for people with dementia.
Understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV: Findings from phase 1 of the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) Project
Manship, S., O'Connor, S., Clift, S., Diouf, M., Lorenzo, P., Trouillet, H. and Schmit, J. 2015. Understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV: Findings from phase 1 of the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) Project.
Phase 1 Anglo-French report on the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) project 4282: understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV
O'Connor, S., Manship, S., Clift, S., Diouf, M., Lorenzo, P., Trouillet, H. and Schmit, J. 2014. Phase 1 Anglo-French report on the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) project 4282: understanding factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Targeting late diagnosis of HIV in Kent, Medway and Picardy: evaluation of interventions in the Anglo-French IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) project 4282
O'Connor, S., Manship, S., Jeffreys, W., Tung, M., Navaratne, L., Hembron, R., Khan, F., Famechon, M., Trouillet, H., Lancel, F., Lorenzo, P. and Schmit, J. 2015. Targeting late diagnosis of HIV in Kent, Medway and Picardy: evaluation of interventions in the Anglo-French IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) project 4282. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Supporting social justice in art therapy
Wright, T. 2015. Supporting social justice in art therapy.
Bespoke CPD for practice nurses
Jackson, C., Crouch, S., Price, S. and Wright, T. 2015. Bespoke CPD for practice nurses. Practice Nursing. 26 (2), pp. 1-5. https://doi.org/10.12968/pnur.2015.26.2.94
Making the complexity of community nursing visible: the Cassandra project
Jackson, C., Manley, K., Martin, A., Wright, T. and Leadbetter, T. 2015. Making the complexity of community nursing visible: the Cassandra project. British Journal of Community Nursing. 20 (3), pp. 126-133. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2015.20.3.126
Exploring information technology (IT) strategy and processual alignment: an exploratory case study in higher education (HE)
Bowden, L., Fearon, C., Manship, S., Dee, T. and McLaughlin, H. 2014. Exploring information technology (IT) strategy and processual alignment: an exploratory case study in higher education (HE).
Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community singing on the mental health related quality of life of the older population: a randomized controlled trial
Coulton, S., Clift, S., Skingley, A. and Rodriguez, J. 2015. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community singing on the mental health related quality of life of the older population: a randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry. 207 (3), pp. 250-255. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.bp.113.129908
The Cassandra project: recognising the multidimensional complexity of community nursing for workforce development
Jackson, C., Leary, A., Wright, T., Leadbetter, T., Manley, K. and Martin, A. 2015. The Cassandra project: recognising the multidimensional complexity of community nursing for workforce development. Canterbury Christ Church University England Centre for Practice Development.
Phase 1 Research Report on the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) Project 4282: Understanding the factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV
O'Connor, S., Manship, S., Hart, M., Tudor, F. and Clift, S. 2014. Phase 1 Research Report on the IMPRESS Health 2 (Interreg IVA Channel Programme) Project 4282: Understanding the factors behind the late testing and diagnosis of HIV. Canterbury, UK. Canterbury Christ Church University.
Experiences of being a control group: lessons from a UK based randomised controlled trial of group singing as a health promotion initiative for older people
Skingley, A., Bungay, H., Clift, S. and Warden, J. 2013. Experiences of being a control group: lessons from a UK based randomised controlled trial of group singing as a health promotion initiative for older people. Health Promotion International. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/dat026
Older people, isolation and loneliness: implications for community nursing
Skingley, A. 2013. Older people, isolation and loneliness: implications for community nursing. British Journal of Community Nursing. 18 (2), pp. 84-90.
Researching participatory arts, well-being and health: some methodological issues
Skingley, A., Bungay, H. and Clift, S. 2012. Researching participatory arts, well-being and health: some methodological issues. Journal of Arts and Communities. 3 (1), pp. 73-87. https://doi.org/10.1386/jaac.3.1.73_1
“Singing for breathing”: participants' perceptions of a group singing programme for people with COPD
Skingley, A., Price, S., Clift, S., Morrison, I., Coulton, S., Treadwell, P., Vella-Burrows, T., Shipton, M. and Salisbury, I. 2013. “Singing for breathing”: participants' perceptions of a group singing programme for people with COPD. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. 6 (1), pp. 59-74. https://doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2013.840853
Making the case for ‘techno-change alignment’: a processual approach for understanding technology enabled organisational change
Fearon, C., Manship, S., McLaughlin, H. and Jackson, S. 2013. Making the case for ‘techno-change alignment’: a processual approach for understanding technology enabled organisational change. European Business Review. 25 (2), pp. 147-162. https://doi.org/10.1108/09555341311302648
Drawing breath: promoting meaning and self-management in COPD
Fraser, J., Price, S. and Skingley, A. 2011. Drawing breath: promoting meaning and self-management in COPD. British Journal of Community Nursing. 16 (2), pp. 58-64.
Local experience of running an NIHR project in Kent and Medway
Skingley, A. 2010. Local experience of running an NIHR project in Kent and Medway.
Formative evaluation of the Silver Song Club project
Skingley, A., Bungay, H., Clift, S. and Hancox, G. 2008. Formative evaluation of the Silver Song Club project.
The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a participative community singing programme as a health promotion initiative for older people: protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Skingley, A., Clift, S., Coulton, S. and Rodriguez, J. 2011. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a participative community singing programme as a health promotion initiative for older people: protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health. 11 (1), p. 142. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-11-142
Therapeutic effects of music and singing for older people
Skingley, A. and Vella-Burrows, T. 2010. Therapeutic effects of music and singing for older people. Nursing Standard. 24 (19), pp. 35-41.
The Silver Song Club Project: A sense of well-being through participatory singing
Bungay, H., Clift, S. and Skingley, A. 2010. The Silver Song Club Project: A sense of well-being through participatory singing. Journal of Applied Arts and Health. 1 (2), pp. 165-178. https://doi.org/10.1386/jaah.1.2.165_1
The Silver Song Club Project: singing to promote the health of older people.
Skingley, A. and Bungay, H. 2010. The Silver Song Club Project: singing to promote the health of older people. British Journal of Community Nursing. 15 (3), pp. 135-140.
The Silver Song Club Project: A formative evaluation
Bungay, H. and Skingley, A. 2008. The Silver Song Club Project: A formative evaluation. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Supporting practice teachers to identify failing students
Skingley, A., Arnott, J., Greaves, J. and Nabb, J. 2007. Supporting practice teachers to identify failing students. British Journal of Community Nursing. 12 (1), pp. 28-32. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2007.12.1.22689