The Saw Doctors performing at Cambridge Folk Festival.
Photo © Bryan Legard
Taryn Richards of the Juniper Chamber Orchestra playing the flute.
Photo © DeaAKAGossamer
Lip Service Theatre Company (Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding) performing Horror for Wimps.
Photo © Doug Currie
Dancer at the World Performing Arts Festival 2006.
Photo © Waheed Khalid
Photo © Catherine Loh
Study Performing Arts Medicine at University College London.
BAPAM clinicians and registered practitioners are integral to the delivery of UCL's Performing Arts Medicine MSc, based at the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH). This unique specialised field is attracting interest from a variety of medical specialists and health practitioners worldwide who wish to include assessment and management of performers in their work.
University College London has recognised the need for training in this specialist area. The programme has collaborated with the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, the Royal College of Music and the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance to provide the opportunity for further knowledge and exposure to this broad field of medical practice.
Course Information and applications, UCL : MSc in Performing Arts Medicine at UCL