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BERT

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? The study concludes that the affective focus of humanities-based education needs to be enhanced and recommends that learners are educated on the different components that comprise the overall empathic response. A new art therapy program was designed to provide cancer patients with opportunities to learn about the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and to explore personal feelings about their cancer experience through combined gallery and studio components. Subsequently, a primary questionnaire-based research is conducted on Instagram users' geotagging the Hellenic National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST), analyzing their views in an attempt to demonstrate the arising local potential and sustainability.

XLNET

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? Focusing on theories and on the empirical analysis of a best practice, MAAM Museum in Rome, this paper has three main objectives: to produce empirical evidence on the relationship between art, heritage and community relationships; to make transferable and replicable in other contexts, such as Torre Annunziata, the process experienced at MAAM; to develop a methodology able to soliciting, integrating and supporting the regeneration of relationships in the town of Torre Annunziata. The missing lens in previous analyses, however, was the impact of the museum on the city's art landscape, including the art support activities. Research limitations/implications: This paper focuses exclusively on findings related to audience development and social inclusion initiatives currently used at the Royal Opera House and their impact on the tourist’s perception and experience of place.

GPT2

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? Previous quantitative research into museum interventions found well-being improvements in acute and elderly (Thomson, Ander, Lanceley, et al., The two studies discussed here are part of a PhD project looking at perception and expe- rience of art within the museum, and how this can influence wellbeing and affective responses. However, a clear understanding of the social factors which contribute to successful heritage conservation in urban renewal is still lacking.