International dissemination of research and practice development of ProMiMiC
ProMiMiC – Professional Excellence in Meaningful Music in Healthcare (2019-2023) is the research project into person-centred music-making for hospital patients and their carers.
The research project ProMiMiC – Professional Excellence in Meaningful Music in Healthcare – aims to explore interprofessional learning processes and collaboration between musicians and nurses, between musicians and music therapists, and the increase of compassionate skills of nurses. Modules for education and professional development of musicians and nurses have also been developed. The ProMiMiC consortium consists of partners from the domain of music, music education, and hospital care from Groningen, The Hague, Vienna and London. ProMiMiC is co-financed by the Taskforce Applied Research (Regieorgaan) SIA, part of the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
Are you curious about the research results and experiences of musicians and nurses? Would you like to know what interprofessional collaboration can mean for musicians and healthcare professionals and how it can be applied in practice? Sign up for one or both ProMiMiC symposia: Friday 2 June 2023 (Groningen) or Friday 23 June 2023 (The Hague).
The symposia are meant for musicians, healthcare professionals, educators in higher music education and healthcare, researchers, care managers and students.
Cost: Fee € 50 / Students € 25.
Program and registration The Hague (June 23)
Program and registration Groningen (June 2)
Partners in the project are Prince Claus Conservatoire Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Research group Nursing Diagnostics of Hanze University Groningen, Royal Conservatoire The Hague, Medical Centre Haaglanden, University of Music & performing Arts Vienna, Allgemeines Krankenhaus Vienna, Royal College of Music / Centre of Performance Science London, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital London, and Foundation Mimic Music. The project is co-financed through the RAAK-Pro programme of Regieorgaan SIA, part of the Dutch Research Council (NWO).