Singing Clinic programme in Cornwall, funded by the National Lottery
Bridging research and practice, and supporting the Singing for Health movement
- AIMS -
Our primary aim is to bridge research and practice, and provide a platform for sharing between practitioners and researchers. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the latest research, resources and events to support your work in Singing for Health, whether you’re a specialist practitioner in a health setting or the leader of a community choir. We're UK based but welcome members from across the world.
To find out more about what Singing for Health is and how it has developed over recent years, click here.
How do different types of singing group fit into the world of Singing for Health? Check out our Singing for Health Model.
A membership network for professionals interested or involved in Singing for Health
Membership gives access to our growing library of online resources and community, webinar and conference recordings, free access to our member events, plus signposting to other Singing for Health events, meetings, training, conferences and collaborative funding applications. For more information, and to join, visit our Join the Network page.
Bridging research and practice
Producing advocacy resources to ‘make the case’ for Singing for Health (e.g. Social Prescribing/Healthcare professionals)
Providing Networking and Sharing
Promoting and sharing the work externally
Professionalising the work and raising standards
Ensuring sustainability and consistency
Roll out the Network more widely
Introductory podcast to the Singing for Health Network with Emily Foulkes and Baz Chapman
Capturing the growth of the Singing for Health movement in the UK and beyond, founder and director Emily Foulkes and Network Manager Baz Chapman describe how the Singing for Health Network came into being in early 2021, what the network aims to achieve and what's on offer.