The Somatic Practice and Chronic Pain Network will be holding a Webinar on the topic of Persistent Pain: Movement and (Mis)Communication.
5th of May 2021, 10 am – 12 noon
The main topics that will be covered include:
- (Mis)communication between people living with pain, healthcare professionals and family members
- How body and movement are part of this process
- The role of dance and somatic practices in articulating pain
- How to communicate experiences on moving with pain for future research/practice
Book Your Place:
Event Homepage URL: https://www.eventsforce.net/cugroup/188/home
Direct URL to Registration: https://www.eventsforce.net/cugroup/188/register
Panel members /consultants for the event include:
Bernie Carter, Professor of Children’s Nursing, Edge Hill University
Anna Macdonald, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Performance, Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University
Ceri Morgan, Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Creative Writing, Keele University.
Toshio Nomura, Visiting Professor, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Coventry University.
Rob Young, Faculty Associate, NHS Research & Development; writer and artist
Who is this for?
Healthcare professionals, people with lived experience of pain, dance and somatic practitioners, researchers in dance and health, and others interested in this topic.
Full details and registration can be found here:
Event Information: https://www.eventsforce.net/cugroup/188/home
With thanks to Olga Baker, Sarah Charles, Anjum Ismail, Lily Hayward Smith, Kauser Husain.