Creative training programmes for healthcare professionals

Performing Medicine is a charitable organisation delivering creative training programmes for healthcare professionals and students. We address staff wellbeing, compassionate care, effective communication, leadership and teamwork.

Our practical, hands-on workshops are delivered by expert facilitators who draw on techniques from the arts to help healthcare professionals to use their bodies and voices for effective communication, and to better look after themselves and each other.

With 15+ years of experience, our courses are accessible to all who work within healthcare.

Our training focuses on the human side of care, addressing the sector’s most pressing issues.



Our training courses are for anyone working in the healthcare sector whether you’re in a clinical or administrative role.

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Open Programme

A series of courses open to all healthcare professionals and medical students, aiming to nurture and develop skills in communication, confidence and self-care.

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Research that underpins our work. Practical resources for health professionals.

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Join us in our mission to help health professionals deliver person-centred, compassionate care.

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Home-based, creative ways to support mental health during these unique and uncertain times.

A wonderful resource from @NetworkMARCH, aiming to support everyone physically and socially distancing themselves - so much to try out

Circle of Care is a framework created by @PerformingMed1 in collab with staff at @GSTTnhs

We hope it may be useful to everyone right now, not just those who are not healthcare professionals, as we try to collectively look after ourselves & each other

"For many of us self care can be the beacon that guides us through this time of uncertainty."
A brilliant read from @suzanne_alleyne - the importance of self care for everybody - you can't work well if you are not caring for yourself.

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