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New Series of Performance Health CPD Webinars Announced by BAPAM

BAPAM have released their plans for a series of webinars on performance health, to be held monthly on Wednesday evenings, with ticket prices ranging from £10 - £25.

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By BAPAM Published: 29 January 2021 | 4:06 PM
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Exploring key topics in current performing arts medicine practice, with leading professionals sharing unique insights into performance health and wellbeing. Photo credit: Shutterstock

BAPAM are delivering a series of monthly Continued Professional Development (CPD) webinars aimed at educators and clinicians who are interested in building their knowledge and expertise in the field of performance health.

These sessions explore key topics in current performing arts medicine practice, with leading professionals sharing unique insights into performance health and wellbeing.

Details of all forthcoming events can be seen below:

You can learn more and book your place by visiting the BAPAM website.

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