The Singing for Health Network is a UK-based membership network for anyone interested or involved in Singing for Health, including singing practitioners, researchers, and health and healthcare professionals in the UK and across the world. Their aim is to bridge research and practice and provide a platform for sharing practice and opportunities.
The Network seeks to build on and signpost existing provisions and provide a useful platform for practitioners and researchers and anyone interested in finding out more about Singing for Health. They also help those researching Singing for Health, and support new and emerging voices as well as established researchers/practitioners.
Student & Alumni News
MA Voice Pedagogy students and alumni to present at the Singing for Health Network's online conference!
Voice Study CentreThursday 25th May 2023
We are so proud that MA Voice Pedagogy students and alumni will present their MA research at the Singing for Health Network and Sing Up's international online conference 'Singing for Mental Health and Wellbeing - Spotlight on Children and Young People' this week!Read More...
Director & Team News
VSC Director Of Studies Features In Singing For Health Network Podcast
Voice Study CentreFriday 18th November 2022
We are thrilled that Debbie Winter (Voice Study Centre’s Director of Studies) has been featured in the Singing for Health Network’s latest podcast episode!Read More...
Student & Alumni News
MA Voice Pedagogy Student Ruth Routledge Hosts New Podcast
Voice Study CentreThursday 10th November 2022
We’re proud that MA Voice Pedagogy student Ruth Routledge, is the host of the Singing for Health Network‘s new podcast! The Singing for Health Network podcast series is...Read More...
Past Short Courses
Wednesday 1st February 2023
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
4- Part Course - Singing For Health: An Introduction To Quantitative Methods
Professor Stephen Clift
Singing For Health Network
This course will introduce central concepts in research design, measurement, sampling, and statistical analysis underpinning quantitative methods in research on singing for health. This event is part of our fundraising series for the Singing for Health Network. To be able to take part you will need to be a member of the Singing for Health Network.