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Visual Health in the Performing Arts

Thursday 7 July, University of York, Department of Music Dr Naomi Norton, Allegro Optical and BAPAM present an event bringing together performing artists, clinicians, medical device manufacturers, and arts health and wellbeing organisations. Performing artists have...

Research: Meditation for Music Performance Anxiety

Serena Paese is a PhD student at the University of York conducting research on the use of meditation as a tool to counteract music performance anxiety. Serena is recruiting participants for a study on the effects of meditation on music performance and music...

Recruiting: Senior Clinical Operations Manager

We are recruiting a Senior Clinical Operations Manager to support the growing numbers of patients using BAPAM’s health services. BAPAM is a unique, CQC-registered, medical charity, funded by industry partners to support the health of performing arts professionals. We...

Research: Healthcare for Injured Pianists

Healthcare for Injured Pianists - Invitation to a research project David Harvey is researching pianists’ views and experiences of access to healthcare for injuries that limit playing. David is a professional pianist and final year trainee Osteopath at the University...

Recruiting: Helpline Assistant

We are looking for a new staff member to work on our busy helpline, speaking with patients who are looking for support with healthcare issues relating to their creative work. You will understand the world of performing arts and how a creative career can impact health....

Specialist Voice Assessment for patients in Northern Ireland

Are you a professional singer or voice user in Northern Ireland with a voice problem requiring a specialist clinical assessment? BAPAM, the medical charity that provides specialist medical assessments and advice to professional and student performing artists,...


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