For more general health and wellbeing resources, please visit the central University pages:
BAPAM is a unique medical charity. Their mission is to enable students and professional performing artists throughout the UK to achieve and maintain optimal health for performing their art and participating in cultural life. They do this through direct provision of health assessments and information to individual performers in clinics and through broader education, training and dissemination of knowledge about best practice in Performing Arts Medicine.
For more information:
- Visit the BAPAM website
- Helpline: +44 (0)207 404 8444
The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) hosts a directory of Performing Arts Medicine health practitioners and specialists who have received training relating to the needs of performing artists. For more information, see the BAPAM directory.
If you have had any contact with healthcare practitioners who work in York or surrounding areas and who have proven to be helpful when working with musicians, it would be valuable to establish contact with them. If you would like to forward contact details for relevant individuals or organisations, please ask their permission first then contact Dr Naomi Norton with relevant information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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