Five lessons from art for better research
What can art teach us, not just for life: but also for research? The Arts are used to understand and represent human experience (Leavy 2013) and in health research and practice (Archibald et al. 2014). But false dichotomies abound: of art vs. science, aesthetics vs. method and expression vs. discipline. We highlight five lessons from art that can bring valuable benefits to research for meaning, creativity and motivation.