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7 ways universities are supporting and improving mental health
Helping and supporting the NHS
Supporting those with dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
Welsh University Stories
London University Stories
Using the arts to improve health and wellbeing
World Music Day
World Music Day
Addressing musicians’ health and wellbeing
The Royal College of Music is taking action to address health problems among musicians. Its Centre for Pe…
Bringing world music to the masses
Music from around the world is now reaching our ears thanks to the role played by SOAS.
Community creative learning
The Messengers is a project which sees people from different backgrounds write and perform music together.
First prison-launched record label
InHouse Records is the world's first fully functional record label to be launched in prison.
Promoting musical development in young people with learning difficulties
The Sounds of Intent programme promotes musical development of young people with learning difficulties.
Research into the benefits of singing
The Research Centre for Arts and Health hopes their research will be applied for treatment of mild dementia.
Singing lessons to help older people with breathing problems
According to the British Lung Foundation, 1.2 million people are living with diagnosed Chronic Obstructive…
Supporting people with dementia
The Dementia Champions programme is funded by the Scottish Government and delivered by the University of Wes…
Treating post-natal depression with singing
Group singing 'with baby' is helping new mothers with post-natal depression recovery.
Widening access to the arts
The college's Junior Conservatoire and Young Actors Studio (YAS) provides training and bursaries to support…
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