The National Alliance of Musicians in Healthcare and OPUS Music will be welcoming delegates to the first ever conference of the National Alliance of Musicians in Healthcare on July 10th at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
The conference will celebrate the diversity of practice within the growing alliance and to look at how we can work together to meet the challenges of our current economic climate. Delegates will be encouraged to contribute ideas to mould the Alliance strategy to advocate for and how we can collectively increase the reach of music in healthcare in the UK. Featured speakers include The Right Honorable Lord Tim Clement-Jones, Dr Karen Deeny (NHS England Patient Experience) and The Royal Brompton Hospital. To read the full press release, click here.
We have a date and time for our first NAMIH conference, to be held at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London. The conference will be held on Monday July 10th, 11AM - 6PM. The Task and Finish group is working hard on putting together the programme.
Please do book your tickets and come along - to keep up to date with the latest updates follow the event's dedicated facebook page here.
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