Title MUSIK IN GESUNDHEITSEINRICHTUNGEN: AUSBILDUNG DER AUSBILDER
Project Number 2010-1-FR1-LEO05-14475
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Musique & Santé (FR), das Royal Northern College of Music (UK), Music Network (Irland) und die Fachhochschule von Turku (Finnland) möchten Musique & Santés Know-how in der Ausbildung von Musikern, die mit kulturellen und nicht klinischen Zielsetzungen mit Menschen in Gesundheitseinrichtungen arbeiten, an die Partnerorganisationen vermitteln und an die spezifischen Bedingungen in den Partnerländern anpassen.
Das Konzept des Projekts beruht auf zwei Voraussetzungen:
- Menschen haben, unabhängig von ihrem gesundheitlichen Zustand, ein Recht auf Zugang zu Live-Musik.
- Musiker müssen spezifische Kompetenzen entwickeln, um in Gesundheitseinrichtungen zu arbeiten.
- Entwicklung einer Ausbildung zum Ausbilder;
- Vermittlung eines Ausbildungsmodells;
- Anpassung des Ausbildungsprogramms an länderspezifische Kontexte und Einbindung der Ausbildung in die Partner-Organisationen;
- Sensibilisierung lokaler und nationaler Akteure.
In France, Musique & Santé carries out projects with professional musicians specifically trained to work in healthcare settings. These projects are based on a philosophy of interaction and communication with the patients, their families, and care staff through playing music on a one-to-one basis, at the bedside, in workshops, ambulatory concerts, playing for and with. The projects are set up and delivered in close collaboration with the healthcare staff.
The objectives are to give patients access to live music and to take part in the general care and support of hospitalized and disabled persons through humanization, creativity and shared pleasure, encounters and proximity, competences and professionalism, partnership and durability.
Musique & Santé has developed training sessions for musicians to carry out quality musical interventions in partnership with healthcare staff. Further to these trainings, musicians who work for Musique & Santé are trained by more experienced musicians to become trainers themselves.
Through diverse projects and exchanges with European partners, local and national needs have emerged in terms of training offers for musicians: there is generally a lack of specific training to work in healthcare environments for a cultural rather than a clinical purpose.
Musique & Santé, the Royal Northern College of Music (UK), Music Network (Ireland), and the University of Applied Sciences of Turku (Finland) thus set up this project with the following objectives:
- transferring Musique & Santé's expertise in terms of training musicians to explore and acquire the necessary competences to work in healthcare settings,
- adapting this training to local and national contexts and implementing it in the Partners' vocational training program.
The 3 Partner organizations had already worked with Musique & Santé to train their musicians to work in hospitals and each has a small number of trained artists. The Partners were keen to develop their national skills base by providing these artists with the skills to lead local and national training programs in music in healthcare settings, according to their specific needs and situations.
The project addressed directly a gap in the provision of training in this burgeoning field of work. Partnerships with local health settings will be underpinned by these new professional training programs and the developing skills base will help to generate employment opportunities.
The work phases of this project were:
• setting up a 25 day training program to train local musicians who already had an experience in working in healthcare settings to become trainers: the Partner organizations and these musicians are able to set up their own training program to train further musicians in their local contexts. The Partners are able to embed this new training in their vocational program thus addressing the current lack of offers in this field.
• adapting this training to local and national contexts so that the project Partners and trained musicians can then offer a customized training program, adapted to their context, and allowing musicians to suit local needs and partnerships in terms of musical actions within healthcare settings.
• raising awareness and sensitizing local and national stakeholders, decision- and policy-makers, health, culture, and education professionals, the media...
• a first phase (October 2010 – summer 2011) of managers meeting in order to set up the transfer, i.e. the training program, and organize its different work packages
• a second phase (September 2011 – April 2011) of transfer of the innovation, i.e. 5 weeks of training session for 3 musicians from the 3 Partner countries. At the end of each training session, the managers met to do a monitoring of the project
• a third phase (from May 2011) of dissemination and exploitation of the results, i.e. implementation of the training within each Partner’s training program
The work packages are:
• management of the project
• adaptation of the innovation (training) to local contexts
• experimentation of the innovation (training program)
• cooperation with the healthcare sector
Nutzung und Verbreitung von Ergebnissen
Zugang für Benachteiligte
Kunst, Unterhaltung und Erholung
Gesundheits- und Sozialwesen
The end product is the transfer of Musique & Santé's expertise in terms of training musicians to explore and acquire the necessary competences to work in healthcare settings.
After setting up a 25 day training program to train local musicians who already have an experience in working in healthcare settings to become trainers, the Partner organizations and these musicians are able to set up their own training program to train further musicians in their local contexts. The Partners are able to embed this new training in their vocational program thus addressing the current lack of offers in this field.
The adaptation this training to local and national contexts enabled the project Partners and trained musicians to offer a customized training program, adapted to their context, and allowing musicians to suit local needs and partnerships in terms of musical actions within healthcare settings.