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PAM-Mc:   Performing Arts Medicine Masters Certificate at Shenandoah University

Are you interested in increasing your knowledge and skill set in the specialized field of Performing Arts Medicine? Consider enrolling in the Shenandoah University Performing Arts Medicine Masters Certificate to earn the PAM-Mc. Credential. This 15-credit program is offered using an online platform with three weekend on-campus seminars across two years. The program is delivered across two years so that healthcare professionals may continue full-time working without interruption. The program is interdisciplinary and has graduated physicians, athletic trainers, occupational therapists and physical therapists to date. Graduates have immediately infused program skills into their existing patient practice settings, and some have used the PAM-Mc as a springboard to employment opportunities such as with professional ballet companies.

The mission of the performing arts medicine masters certificate program is to educate health care professionals on the prevention, assessment, and management of injuries and disorders specific to dancers, theatre artists, and musicians along with promoting clinical research to determine best practices.

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MSc in Performing Arts Medicine course at University College London

Performing Arts Medicine is a unique specialised field attracting interest from a variety of medical specialists and health practitioners worldwide who wish to include assessment and management of performers in their work.University College London has recognised the need for training in this specialist area. The programme has collaborated with the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, the Royal College of Music and the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance to provide the opportunity for further knowledge and exposure to this broad field of medical practice. The course is based at the main UCL campus and the (ISEH). 

The programme is offered as a Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert), a Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) or as a Masters (MSc) in Performing Arts Medicine. The full curriculum includes key areas of performance related musculoskeletal and neuromuscular injury, performance psychology, prescribed and non-prescribed medication, the disabled performer, traveling and touring, the science of dance and music performance and clinical management of the professional voice.

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