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About – Healthy Conservatoires Network

About The Healthy Conservatoires Network

The Healthy Conservatoires Network aims to inspire and support environments that promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of performing artists, enabling all to achieve their full potential and to build healthy, sustainable careers.

The Healthy Conservatoires Network (HCN) provides a forum where members can come together to:

  • receive news and updates on the health needs identified as priorities for performing artists,
  • communicate and discuss ‘hot topics’ in conservatoires and provide access to peer support,
  • share good practice,
  • engage with research, innovation and evidence-informed practice,
  • obtain guidance on creating and maintaining a healthy conservatoire.

Collectively, members of the HCN aim to:

Lead organisational and cultural change

by helping to embed Healthy Conservatoire principles and creating change in organisational ethos, culture, policy and planning processes

Generate high visibility innovative action

through research evidence and case studies of existing practice the HCN aims to showcase CUK’s commitment to creating world-leading support for the promotion of health and wellbeing

Provide leadership and advocacy

by communicating the needs of the sector, HCN members aim to advise senior decision-makers on the sustainable development of health and wellbeing

Respond to challenges

Respond to public health and performing arts-specific challenges to health and wellbeing
by ensuring that CUK institutions are at the forefront of action to address key challenges pertaining to its population.

Set an example

for active health promotion in other settings effectively drawing attention to resources and opportunities for creating the conditions in which health and wellbeing can flourish across the performing arts

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