The next BAPAM Training Day, Performers in their Environment, takes place on Saturday November 16th 2013, 10:00 – 16:00, at the Musicians’ Union offices in London.
BAPAM Training Days are designed for medics, health care practitioners, and all those concerned with performers’ wellbeing.
Our events provide in-depth explorations of key areas of Performing Arts Medicine and unique insights into aspects of performers’ health and wellbeing. We present performers’ perspectives as well as the expertise of experienced medical practitioners.
The sessions are also a great opportunity to network with colleagues.
Topics to be covered include:
Noise at Work – Aaron Williamon, Professor of Performance Science, Royal College of Music
Performance Anxiety – Karen O’Connor, Performance Coach
Highs and Lows of a Musician’s Career – Chris Polglase
Avoiding Hazards in the Workplace – Jennie Morton
An Actor’s Life – David Sulkin talks with professional actors
Venue: Musicians’ Union, 60—62 Clapham Road, London, SW9 0JJ
£80 – Full Day
£50 – Students
For those of you who are GPs, BAPAM training days should qualify for CPD credits under the RCGP CPD credits scheme (please check this with them directly).