NCPA-partner Codarts Rotterdam, University of the Arts, was invited to give a presentation at the 36th annual PAMA international symposium organized by the Performing Arts Medicine Association. This year’s theme was “Glamour and Grit: Building an Entourage for Health”. Stephanie Keizer, head of Student Life and researcher of the professorship Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) of Codarts, gave a presentation on behalf of Codarts. In her presentation, Stephanie shared the results of the feasibility study of using an online health monitoring tool in daily practice for dance students, teachers and the performing arts health team. In addition, Suze Steemers (Student Life officer and phd student PAM) presented her poster presentation on physical and mental health problems of pre-professional musicians at Codarts.

Download the presentation abstract and posters here:
– Research abstract How useful is an online tool to monitor physical health in pre-professional dancers? Feasibility study of using the Student Life Monitor (SLM) by students, teachers and health professional

– Poster Physical and mental health problems in pre-professional musicians

– Poster Team around the artist – A unique integrative approach of education, research and health support within a performing arts university

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