BAPAM brings together clinical specialists across the UK as well as a network of educators. Working with our partners in UCL’s Performing Arts Medicine MSc group, we combine to provide continuing professional development opportunities for clinicians and teachers who wish to build their skills in performance health. We also support leading practitioners to share their work with the wider community through UK and international events and conferences.
DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS
BAPAM Training and CPD
BAPAM training events are a valuable resource for healthcare and education professionals.
We explore key topics in current performing arts medicine practice and share unique insights into performance health and wellbeing. The approach is multidisciplinary: physiological and psychological care, preventing as well as treating problems, supporting healthy and sustainable creative practice.
Through 2020/21, we are delivering a series of monthly CPD webinars, expanding our training provision and enabling wider access to a flexible ongoing programme. Sessions are held on the last Wednesday of the month from 7pm.
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Performing Arts Medicine Msc
The Performing Arts Medicine MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Programme at UCL is a unique course providing specialized training to people from a range of clinical and performance science backgrounds in how to treat the specific health needs of instrumental musicians, singers, dancers, actors and other artists. BAPAM clinicians and registered practitioners are integral to the delivery of the course, teaching modules and supervising research projects, inlcuding Course Leader, Dr Hara Trouli.
healthy practice events
Training Sessions for Creative Professionals
Healthcare practitioners are welcome to sign up to our training events for artists and other performing arts professionals, all of which are currently being delivered as free webinars. Sessions focus on evidence-based practical skills for physical, mental and vocal health.