International Association for Music and Medicine
Welcome to IAMM
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.
IAMM 2024 Berlin
The Future of Music and Arts in Medicine and Health
A Joint Event With the 1st Congress of the International Society for Arts and Medicine (ISfAM)
Join us for the 8th IAMM Conference in Berlin, Germany (and online) on September 19-21, 2024. Explore the integration of arts, medicine, and health, collaborate with global experts, and shape the future of this exciting field. Mark your calendar and stay tuned for more details.
Don't miss this exciting joint event with the 1st Congress of ISfAM, uniting arts and medicine!
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IAMM With You 2023 Event Series
“IAMM With You 2023” is a series of 30 to 45-minute live-streamed events with professionals around the world who work and play at the intersection of music and medicine/health.
All events will start with music by internationally-renowned guests. Leading scholars, researchers, educators, therapists, musicians, practitioners, and other visionaries will then offer their expertise in various specialties through an online presentation. They will present their current work, its development, and perspectives on the future of music and medicine/health. The host will then moderate a discussion with the guests and audience and the event will finish with more music.
Take a look at our free blog where we highlight articles from Music and Medicine, IAMM's events, and more.
Featured Article Temporal changes in electroencephalographic power spectrum on passive listening to three selected melodic scales of Indian music on healthy young individuals – a randomized controlled trial – Kirthana Kunikullaya, Arun Sasidharan, Rakshith Srinivasa, Read more…
Featured article Music intervention pilot study: Assessing teaching methods of group marimba classes designed to train spatial skills of older adults experiencing changes in cognition Spatial skills decline in older adults, particularly those with cognitive Read more…
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Becoming an IAMM member gives you excellent opportunities to network with and learn from more than 550 members from all around the world!
Music and Medicine
Your one-year membership gives you access to the four-yearly volumes of the Journal Music and Medicine. This subscription also provides electronic access to all editions of the Journal since Vol 1, Issue 1 (2009).
Music and Medicine is the flagship publication of the International Association for Music and Medicine. This unique journal is available online from anywhere in the world.
Get discounts on the IAMM Conference every two years. This international gathering of researchers, clinicians, and professionals includes plenary sessions, workshops, posters sessions, networking opportunities, commercial exhibits, and educational opportunities in a broad array of music and medicine areas.
Leadership in IAMM Committees: Make your voice heard on international music and medicine issues by joining an IAMM committee or task force.
Participation in IAMM Special Interest Groups: Special Interest Groups convene at IAMM's conferences and collaborate in special projects.
Access to special events: We continuously offer events and special offers just for members.
Music and Medicine - The Official Journal of the IAMM
Music and Medicine (MMD) 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.