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Bethlem Live Lounge Symposium at King's: Music and Mental Health – What do we know?

The Exchange, Strand Campus, London

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Join us for a Bethlem Live Lounge satellite event at The Exchange, where our invited panel of artists and researchers discuss what we know about music and mental health, and where further research could help us.


About the speakers

Panel members include The Artist Taxi Driver, Mark McGowan, King’s Lead for Creative Health Nikki Crane, King’s College London’s Lecturer in Music Alexander Douglas, and the panel will be chaired by BBC Broadcaster and Professor of Practice in Public Understanding of Mental Health Research and Associate Dean for Impact at IoPPN Sally Marlow.

Event details

This event is free and open for all to attend.

To register for the event, please sign up for your ticket on Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-lounge-symposium-music-and-mental-health-what-do-we-know-tickets-906024211807

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Photography may be taken at this event by Bethlem Gallery and ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health – if you do not wish to have your photos taken, please let us know at sign-in on the day or inform a member of staff.

About the ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health

The ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health develops research to promote and sustain good mental health in communities. We aim to shift public debate about mental health away from a focus on individualised interventions, towards social practices and policies that promote and sustain good mental health. 


Accessibility

We would like all events to be inclusive and accessible to all. Please do not hesitate to contact us by email to csmh@kcl.ac.uk to further discuss any access requirements or to find out more details about this session.

At this event

Sally  Marlow

Professor of Practice in Public Understanding of Mental Health Research

Alexander Douglas

Lecturer in Music

Nikki Crane

Nikki Crane Lead of Creative Health


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