We're delighted to invite you to our November 2016 Training Day in London, focusing on Hearing and Brass instruments. We look forward to learning from uniquely experienced healthcare practitioners and arts professionals. This is a great chance to share insights with peers, make connections and grow our performing arts medicine network. BAPAM Performing Arts Medicine Training Days are ideal for people working in healthcare, and all those engaged in wellbeing in the creative arts, who want to develop their skills in this fascinating specialism.
The provisional schedule for this event is below. Timings and titles will be confirmed shortly.
9.15 - 9.45 Registration and Coffee
9.45 - 12.45 Morning session (includes coffee break):
The effect of air pressure in brass players: Dr Alan Watson, Anatomist & Neuroscientist, Cardiff University
Demonstration of brass playing and ergonomic adaptations: Dr Jonathan White, GP & BAPAM Clinician, Birmingham; Owen Wallage, Tuba player & member RAF music services
Tinnitus: Ms Nic Wray, Communications Manager, British Tinnitus Association
Lunch 12.45 - 1.30
1.30 - 4.30 Afternoon session (includes tea break):
Age-related hearing loss: Dr Frances Williams, Consultant Rheumatologist, Musicians and Performing Artists Clinic Leader, St Thomas' Hospital London & Researcher in Age-related hearing loss, King's College London.
Data protection: what every practitioner should know: Paul Ticher, Data Protection consultant
Research presentations: Naomi Norton (RNCM PhD recipient): The role of music teachers in health promotion
MSc prizewinners - tbc
Lunch is included in the ticket price.
Your place is not confirmed until payment has been received.
Payment for Early Bird tickets must be received prior by 19 September to qualify for the special rate, otherwise full ticket price will be charged.
Full refunds are issued for cancellations up to 12 November. Cancellations after 12 November cannot be refunded.