LMN at the Royal Society of Medicine - 28 November 2016

Wednesday 31st August 2016 12:08PM

Live Music Now is once again delighted to be working with the Royal Society of Medicine.

 

On 28 November 2016, we will consider the latest evidence about music interventions for children with learning disabilities, at the RSM's buildings at 1 Wimpole St, London. The conference will be accredited with 5 CPD points. Book your ticket at the RSM website.

 

 

 

"Following the success of our event at the Royal Society of Medicine last year, it is a great pleasure to be working in partnership with them again on a second conference. Our theme again is to examine the quality of the published evidence for music projects in healthcare settings. This year, our focus is on music interventions for children with learning disabilities, and has given us the opportunity to engage with some different and fascinating academics. The keynote address from Professor Adam Ockelford promises to be scintillating, as do the presentations from the many other eminent speakers who will be taking part. I hope you can join us." - Dr Peter Freedman, LMN Board

 

Full details of the conference programme and how to book tickets can be found on the Royal Society of Medicine website.

 

 

 

Keynote: Professor Adam Ockelford (University of Roehampton)

 

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Aims:

The aim of this conference is to examine the current evidence for the value and impact of music intervention, especially live music, on health and morbidity in children with learning disabilities.

This meeting will facilitate communication between interested parties to encourage future research especially by fostering methodological rigour.

At the end of this meeting delegates will:

  • Have examined the current evidence and the methodologies for the value of music intervention on health and morbidity in children with learning disabilities
  • Reviewed the evidence for music intervention in specific child health problems including autism, visual impairment, juvenile dementias and profound multiple learning disabilities
  • Have facilitated presentation of new research through poster displays of completed work and work in development
  • Discussed the ability of the NHS to respond to these challenges
  • Have taken part in open discussions between clinicians, musicians, and academics

 

 

Details of the conference programme and how to book tickets can be found on the RSM website.

 

 

 

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