The many achievements, resources and connections created by the fantastic MARCH network are available for mental health researchers who have interests in the role of social, cultural and community assets. The MARCH network set out to transform our understanding of how social, cultural and community assets support mental health. Their legacy website is a go-to hub for anyone with research interests this area https://www.marchlegacy.org/ and researchers can also continue collaborating within a number of the Special Interest Research Groups (SIRGs) that MARCH set up.
Continuing the collaborations: Special Interest Research Groups
The following SIGs are moving forward:
Arts and Health Practitioner Support
Arts, Crafts and Mental Health
Digital Community Assets and Mental Health
Evaluation and Ethics in the Arts and Mental Health
Hip Hop, Spoken Word and Mental Health
Shared Reading, Literature, Libraries and Mental Health
Singing and Mental Health
The Archeology and Mental Health group have a new home at the University of Winchester.
MARCH network legacy website: https://www.marchlegacy.org/