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Health Promotion Courses for Music Students: Part III


From: Medical Problems of Performing Artists: Volume 22 Number 3: Page 116 (September 2007)

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Abstract: The September 2006 issue of MPPA contained a Special Article and editorial on health promotion in schools of music, based on work done by the Performing Arts Medicine Association and the National Association of Schools of Music. Among the conclusions reached at the Health Promotion in Schools of Music Conference in 2004 was the recommendation to ¿develop and offer an undergraduate ¿occupational health¿ course for all music majors.¿ This series of Special Articles in MPPA contains descriptions of courses that have been developed and offered for this purpose.
1. GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, Fairfax, Virginia: MUSI 251 ART OF TEACHING MUSIC: WELLNESS PRACTICES FOR MUSICIANS (David J. Sternbach)
2. ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, London, UK: PROFESSIONAL SKILLS (LEVEL 1) (Aaron Williamon, and Peter Buckoke)
3. HANNOVER UNIVERSITY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA, Hannover, Germany: HEALTH COURSES AND TRAINING PROGRAM IN MUSIC PHYSIOLOGY (Eckart Altenmüller and Hans-Christian Jabusch)

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