Susan Hogan is Professor of Arts and Health (formerly Cultural Studies and Art Therapy) and a Professorial Fellow of the Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham. She has an international reputation in the field of arts and health. She has longstanding interests in women’s transition to motherhood and experience of psychiatry.
Her book ‘Healing Arts’ is particulaly well known. She has also explored women’s experience of ageing using participatory arts. Additionally, she has written several articles and book chapters on the use of the arts as a research method and engaged in interdisciplinary research projects using visual methods. She is a member of the Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery Research Consortium, which includes a wide range health humanities and arts in health projects. Her latest film is shortlisted for the AHRC Research in Film Innovation Award.