The International Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice (IJCAIP) established in March, 2006, is an international and interdisciplinary peer reviewed open access journal. Our mission is to publish, disseminate and make accessible worldwide, quality information, research and knowledge about the creative arts in interdisciplinary practice.

IJCAIP Journal Issue #11
Spring Supplementary Issue

Ethics and Arts Based Methods
in Health Research

Ethical Challenges in Arts-based Health Research

IJCAIP Journal, June, 2012
Issue 11, "Ethics and Arts Based Methods in Health Research"

Boydell, Volpe, Cox, Katz, Dow, Brunger, Parsons, Belliveau, Gladstone, Zlotnik-Shaul, Cook, Kamensek, Lafrenière and Wong

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Judging quality in arts-based health research:
The case of the Ugly Baby

IJCAIP Journal, June, 2012
Issue 11, "Ethics and Arts Based Methods in Health Research"

Gladstone, Volpe, Stasiulis and Boydell

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Health Research: Ethics and the Use of Arts-based Methods in Knowledge Translation Processes

IJCAIP Journal, June, 2012
Issue 11, "Ethics and Arts Based Methods in Health Research"

Lafrenière, Hurlimann, Menuz, Godard

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Ethics and data collection in arts-based inquiry:
Artist-researcher embedded in medical education

IJCAIP Journal, June, 2012
Issue 11, "Ethics and Arts Based Methods in Health Research"

Kaisu Koski

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IJCAIP Journal Issue #10

The Fabric of Understanding, Medical Education, Fabric Art and End of Life Care

Teaching Empathy Through Role-Play and Fabric Art:  An Innovative Pedagogical Approach for End-of-Life Health Care Providers

IJCAIP Journal , November 2011
Issue 10, "The Fabric of Understanding, Medical Education,
Fabric Art and End of Life Care"

André Smith, Department of Sociology, University of Victoria

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IJCAIP Journal Issue #9

Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Expressing the Human Story

The IJCAIP Story…

Looking Back over Five Years as the International (Open Access) Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice

IJCAIP Journal , February 2011
Issue 9, "Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice,
Expressing the Human Story"

Cheryl L. McLean, Publisher, Executive Editor, IJCAIP

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Ethnodramas About Health and Illness

Staging Human Vulnerability, Fragility, and Resiliency

IJCAIP Journal , February 2011
Issue 9, "Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice,
Expressing the Human Story"

Johnny Saldaña, Professor of Theatre, School of Theatre and Film, Arizona State University

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To Be Human with Other Humans

A Caregiver's Story

IJCAIP Journal , February 2011
Issue 9, "Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice,
Expressing the Human Story"

Susan K. MacRae, RN

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Book Review,
Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice

IJCAIP Journal , February 2011
Issue 9, "Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice,
Expressing the Human Story"

Peter Cormier (Ph.D. candidate, Lesley University) Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Articles in this issue of IJCAIP by Johnny Saldana and Susan MacRae were originally published in the book "Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Inquiries for Hope and Change", Editor, Cheryl L. McLean, Associate Editor, Robert Kelly, Detselig Temeron Press, Calgary, August 2010. See information about the book, table of contents, and featured contributors.

Cheryl L. McLean
Publisher, Executive Editor IJCAIP,
London, Ontario, Canada.

http://www.cherylmclean.com

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Creative Arts in Research For Community and Cultural Change

Letters to the Editor
The International Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice IJCAIP is an open access interdisciplinary journal accessible worldwide. In our journal issues we welcome divergent views and critical discussion on subjects of interest to our interdisciplinary readership. If you would like to comment on the articles in this supplementary edition we invite your "Letters to the Editor". Please send your comments in an email to CherylMcLean@ijcaip.com. Selected comments will be published in the IJCAIP blog "Arts Crossing Borders".