Posts Tagged ‘music industry’

January 2019 Newsletter

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Our January 2019 Performing Arts Medicine Newsletter is archived here

Contents:

New clinics

Healthy practice training for performing arts professionals and students

BAPAM and the Royal Society of Medicine Event: Occupational Health in the Performing Arts Industry: The Original Gig Economy

Trustee recruitment

Clinical Governance Toolkit

Free webinar series from BAPAM and ISM

Resources for healthy pianists

‘Time for a Creators’ Health Service?’

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

In recent months we’ve seen a new enthusiasm throughout the arts community for meeting the unique health needs of creators and performers. In particular, mental health in the music industry has been the focus of much recent discussion. With this in mind, PRS for Music, the royalty collecting society for songwriters, composers and publishers in the UK, invited us to contribute to the latest edition of M Magazine.

In our article, Time for a Creators’ Health Service?, BAPAM CEO, Dr Deborah Charnock, asks some vital questions and considers what can be learnt from our experience providing free specialist health services to music creators and other artists over more than 25 years.

Do we need a performing arts industry-specific healthcare service and what should this uniquely provide?

What relationship should this have with existing healthcare providers?

What will ensure that such a service is effective, safe and accessible to people in widely varying circumstances?

What role should the music business and related performer support organisations play, including record companies, publishers, collecting societies, unions, educators and charities?

Read the article here.