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June 4, 2019

Dr Keir Philip, Dr Adam Lewis and Dr Nick Hopkinson's review article on music and dance in chronic lung disease published in the ERS Journal Breathe. Have a look, its open access! 

May 14, 2019

Presenting along side Dr Kara Patterson and Dr Felicity Malloy in a special session on 'Dance in Chronic Disease', Keir flew the flag for the DanceAble Collective.

It was an engaging presentation that got everyone up and dancing. Presenting work on dance (and singing) i...

November 7, 2018

Keir moves into full time research, investigating the use of music, dance and singing in chronic lung disease. Exciting times!

November 7, 2018

If you haven't got your tickets yet then get them soon! World premier of TOM at one of the UKs leading dance performance venues. Great work! https://www.sadlerswells.com/whats-on/2018/wilkie-branson-tom/ 

September 17, 2018

Simone Sistarelli, founder of Popping For Parkinson's, has been awarded by UHHM for his work in the field and he is now part of the Universal Hip Hop Museum Hall Of Fame. It does not get more Hip Hop than this!

www.poppingforparkinsons.com

September 17, 2018

Popping For Parkinson's recently received funding to keep offering Popping dance classes free of charge for people with Parkinson's until July 2020.

Thanks to the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and his Culture Seeds programme and to the Big Lottery Fund for helping us make...

June 20, 2018

Popping For Parkinson's creator Simone Sistarelli shared his project in New York City in collaboration with David Leventhal and Mark Morris Dance Center (the founders of Dance For PD) in a series of workshops. Feedback was overwhelming!

June 20, 2018

Keir has spent the last 10 days in the Kyrgyz Republic, exploring the use of traditional and modern Kyrgyz dance in pulmonary rehabilitation for people with chronic lung disease. Its been a week packed with dance, singing, culture and tradition, drawing on the strength...

March 14, 2018

Work from the DanceAble team on the use of dance in pulmonary rehabilitation has been published in the Holistic Nursing Practice journal (letter). Have a look at some of the ways we have found dance might be used to improve the lives of people living with chronic lung...

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