BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR PERFORMING ARTS MEDICINE

Training and Professional Development

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 Days

BAPAM training events are a key resource for healthcare and education professionals. We explore key areas of performing arts medicine and unique insights into performance health and wellbeing, and include the perspectives of artists and creators as well as the expertise of experienced medical practitioners. The approach is multidisciplinary: physiological and psychological, prevention as well as treatment.

As we are unable to gather in person, in 2020 we will deliver our training through a webinar series, a format we plan to explore further as an opportunity to expand our training provision and enable wider access to a flexible ongoing programme. The UCL Performing Arts Medicine group, whose annual PAM Day training event we recommend to all our practitioners, will also be delivering online training this year.

To stay informed about forthcoming events, we recommend signing up to our quarterly eNewsletter. We do not share your details with anyone else and you can unsubscribe at any time. 

MORE OPPORTUNITIES

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.

BAPAM is a Registered Charity No. 1167785

Contact us:

London Office and Clinic

British Association for Performing Arts Medicine
7-9 Breams Buildings, London, EC4A 1DT

Email

info@bapam.org.uk

Phone

020 7404 8444

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