The International Association for Music & Medicine is a registered non-profit organisation formed in 2009 to encourage and support the use of music in medical contexts including research into the benefits of music, and its specialised applications in healthcare.

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IAMM2021

IAMM With You: In Conversation

Join us for this series of live-streamed interviews with professionals around the world who work and play at the intersection of music and medicine/health, meeting approximately twice per month.

IAMM Global Café

The next IGC focuses on the possible intersection of music and medicine/health in Africa. Nsamu Moonga will host a panel of practitioners actively engaged in music and medicine/health in different African countries. Participants will have the opportunity to converse with the co-hosts, as well as each other.

IAMM Global Café - Africa Spotlight is hosted by Nsamu Moonga.

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Blog

Take a look at our free blog where we highlight articles from Music and Medicine, IAMM's events, and more!

Non-COVID research in the midst of a pandemic: Lessons from music and neuroscience

Written by Karen M. Johnston, MD, Ph.D, Neurosurgery There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound influence on the science…Read more

A journey of music in medicine – the painless story of anaesthesiologist Dr. Fred Schwartz

Written by Elsa A. Campbell, PhD, Music therapist, Vibrac-therapist

This blog post is based on Dr. Schwarz’s published article in Music and Medicine,…Read more

How do adults use music for chronic pain relief?

Research has shown that music can reduce pain perception and intensity. This analgesic effect is believed to be both cognitive and emotional with music being an environmental…Read more

Music and Medicine - The Official Journal of the IAMM

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Music and Medicine is an interdisciplinary journal that serves as an integrative forum for clinical practice and research related to music interventions and applications of clinical music strategies in medicine.

Each peer reviewed issue offers original articles, case studies, editorial commentaries, and interviews from clinical medicine, the neurosciences, behavioral sciences, nursing, and social work that translate research from music, music psychology, music cognition, music neurology, and music therapy into scientifically valid clinical applications.

The goal for Music and Medicine is to bring together information that is currently dispersed across many disciplines throughout many publications.

IAMM Membership entitles you to a yearly subscription of the official journal, Music and Medicine - join us here.