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Recruiting: Health Promotion Training Assistant

Recruiting: Health Promotion Training Assistant

The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is the largest provider of performing arts medicine in the UK. In the last year we have doubled the amount of health education we provide to support performance professionals to avoid health problems that...

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Self Care Tips for Creatives

Self Care Tips for Creatives

Before becoming a counsellor, Denise Devenish grew up in a family steeped in the music industry and has been surrounded by musicians and people who work in the music industry her whole life. She has sung professionally, worked as a performer, and has a degree in arts...

Singers, Musicians and Hearing loss

Singers, Musicians and Hearing loss

Singers, instrumentalists, actors and performance professionals throughout the arts are understandably worried when they experience hearing problems, and often contact BAPAM with concerns about their ability to perform and work. If you read this article and take one...

Equity Counselling Scheme: Initial Evaluation

Equity Counselling Scheme: Initial Evaluation

We are proud to be delivering a counselling service for Equity, funded by Equity and by the Equity Charitable Trust. So far, 50 performance professionals have accessed the service and we have provided 300 free counselling sessions. We used the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores,...

Creativity and Motivation!

Creativity and Motivation!

Participants at our Community Drop-in have spoken about the difficulty of finding the motivation to create new work during the COVID-19 outbreak and our facilitator Dr Pippa Wheble programmed a session on creative practice as a means of thinking about and developing...

Creative Minds and Mental Health

Creative Minds and Mental Health

Creative Minds and Mental Health or Keeping Mentally Well was the title of my discussion as a Panelist for BAPAM's Healthy Practice Series in August 2020. Who am I to be asked to be a Panelist discussing such a topic? A fellow creative (Actress, Writer, West End Wendy...

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