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Case study Interventions to create better conversations at the Mayo Clinic

Case study Different outcomes from different approaches—Experience from the Cardiff MAGIC Programme, UK

Case study Letting patients decide—A novel distribution strategy in primary care, Massachusetts General Hospital

Case study Changing culture and delivery to achieve shared decision making at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire

Case study The shared decision making story at Group Health

Case study Developing and implementing decision support at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation

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Case Study Southbank Centre London and the social utility of the arts

Case study ‘I once was lost but now am found’—music and embodied arts in two American prisons

Case study lost—or found?—in translation. The globalization of Venezuela’s El Sistema

Case study engaging older people in creative thinking—the Active Energy project

Case study creativity in criminal justice settings—the work of the Koestler Trust

Case study singing in hospitals—bridging therapy and everyday life

Case study the value of group drumming for women in sex work in Mumbai, India

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