MOMU: Moving towards Multiprofessional Work in Art and Social Work
|Keywords:||Arts and wellbeing, arts and health, community arts, multiprofessional work, young people, community practices, music, dance, theatre, drama, creative writing, visual arts|
|Partner Institutions:||Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland (TUAS) (coordinator)
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK (MMU)
University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy, Estonia (UT VCA)
University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain (UCLM)
|Funding Amount:||253 307 €|
|Researcher(s):||Contact: Carola Boehm (Dept of Contemporary Arts) C.Boehm@mmu.ac.uk
Hugh McLaughlin (Dept of Social Care and Social Work) H.McLaughlin@mmu.ac.uk
Jodie Gibson (Axis Arts Centre) J.Gibson@mmu.ac.uk
The main objective of Moving towards Multiprofessional Work, MOMU, is to define and develop new multiprofessional working skills and environments for professionals in art and social work. These skills will respond to the needs of the European labour market in a rapidly changing society.
In order to be competent, educate professionals and answer the needs of working-life, the lecturers need to modify their traditional way of thinking about, for example, education aimed at one specific profession, while also acknowledging their role in building students' multiprofessional competences.
The main activities of MOMU are
MOMO website at lead institution TUAS:
Articles on which this project was based on:
More publications to come…. Watch this space.