Arts for Wellbeing in Japan

With music and music therapy colleagues from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Philippa Derrington and Nicky Haire and dancer and dance movement psychotherapist Suzi Cunningham, Professor Vicky Karkou presented and performed at the International Congress of Music Therapy in Japan.  The roundtable titled: Encounters on Stage: Exploring Embodied Empathic Improvisation as Performance, part of the Network of Research in Improvisation Concurrent (3.5) was very well […]

University to launch the UK’s first professional doctorate programme for emergency service staff

Edge Hill University is launching the UK’s first Professional Doctorate in Emergency Services Management. Created in response to the introduction of the Police and Crime Bill and the shift to integrated service delivery, the part-time course is now accepting applications from senior managers across the sector. Focussing on the professionalism of the emergency services and […]

DEMEC Masterclass: Wed. 29th November 2017 , Manchester

Edge Hill University, St James’, 79 Oxford St, Manchester M1 6EG Directions 9am Registration for 9.30am start to 3.30pm Max – 30 delegates FREE EVENT including lunch & refreshments Attendance certificate will be provided Booking form: BOOK HERE ‘HEE (NW) is delighted to support this important investigation into how best to support the improvement of […]

Concurrent #3

The Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI) is delighted to support Concurrent at Tate, an improvisation research network of leading musicians, dancers, visual artists, dance and music psychologists and arts therapists from across the UK. Please join us for three events relating to the ‘Arts for Wellbeing’ research theme,‘Children, Young People and Families’ research theme and the […]