A one day research seminar funded by the British Psychological Society (Division of Health Psychology)
12th May 2016 | 9.30 am – 5 pm
Royal College of Music, London
The physical and psychological demands of the training and practice that musicians must achieve to perform to a high standard on their instruments can produce deleterious effects on health and wellbeing, arising mostly from musculoskeletal and anxiety-related causes. In an attempt to bridge the gap between musicians’ health, health psychology and sports psychology, this event brings together experts who will approach topics such as musculoskeletal issues, performance anxiety, stress management, health promotion, implementation research and behaviour change.
The event is free but advance booking is essential.