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Arts on prescription allows doctors to “prescribe” creative activities alongside traditional care, and it’s gaining traction around the globe. But this emerging model represents more than just expanded arts access. As lead author of the groundbreaking “Arts on Prescription Field Guide,” Dr. Tasha Golden argues this approach can catalyze progress by questioning the status quo, prompting radical collaboration, and reimagining models of education, wellbeing, and care. Universities have unique potential to pilot these programs that break down academic silos and benefit students, faculty, staff and research. This talk will help attendees challenge assumptions, unveil possibilities, and consider how creativity can transform communities.