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Led by: Joyce Yip, MA, HBSc

This SIG will provide an overview of the field of community music pedagogies in healthcare through a curriculum design. Community music is broadly defined as the approach to music making or musicking that aim to deinstitutionalize the existing hierarchies of learning towards an inclusive, non-formal environment that fosters hospitality, cultural diversity, and creative freedom. It will offer a resource for facilitators to engage in community music practices in healthcare as part of their work and/or professional development, such as foundations and case studies by our presenters.

Suk Young Hong, MSc, BA(Hons)

Amy Clements-Cortés, PhD, RP, MTA, MT-BC, FAMI

Sasha Judelson, MA

Kaela Lawrence, HBA

Mariah Story, MTA, BMT

Lindsay Sullivan, MA, BSW

Joyce Yip, MA, HBSc

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