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Archive for September 2011


Music and Health Ireland: a LinkedIn discussion group

Date posted: 26 September 2011

A new discussion group was launched recently on the LinkedIn website. The Music and Health Ireland group is a step to promote contact, discussion, and support between people working with music in healthcare contexts in Ireland. Read More


A Time for Hope and Desperation shortlisted for PPI Radio Awards

Date posted: 25 September 2011

Image shown: On Air Recording at KCLR96FM

A Time for Hope and Desperation, written and directed by Rebecca Moran, has been shortlisted for a PPI Radio Award in the Radio Drama category. This radio play was the culmination of an arts and health collaboration between the playwright/director Rebecca Moran and the Kilkenny based chronic illness self-management programme Ceart Patientwise.

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12 students graduate from the first Post Graduate Certificate in Arts in Healthcare Settings

Date posted: 18 September 2011

The Postgraduate Certificate in Arts in Healthcare Settings at NUI Maynooth was a collaboration between The National Centre for Arts and Health at The Adelaide and Meath Hospital (AMNCH) and NUI Maynooth. Read More


Scales & Tales at Cork University Hospital

Date posted: 17 September 2011

Image shown: Scales & Tales musician Caoimhe Conlon with a little girl and her father

Providing children and teenagers with the opportunity to express themselves creatively in the hospital environment is at the heart of Scales & Tales, a six-month residency of music and storytelling at Cork University Hospital. Launched in May 2011, the project is produced by Helium in partnership with Cork University Hospital Arts Committee and in collaboration with MusicAlive. Read More


West Cork Mental Health Services and MusicAlive announce an expanded Music & Health Programme.

Date posted: 15 September 2011

Image shown: The Hooley in the Kitchen.

West Cork Mental Health Services have established a reputation as one of the most innovative service providers in the area of mental health care inIreland. The services have been working with MusicAlive over the last number of years to develop a collaborative programme of Music & Health activity for its service users. Read More

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