Education

The Company / The Jerwood Centre
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Birmingham Royal Ballet's Jerwood Centre is heavily involved in a number of educational activities.

We currently deliver on modules for the MSc (Sports Medicine) at Nottingham University and Queen Mary's University, London. Students from the university also have the option to undertake an observational placement at the Centre.

Further to this the Jerwood Centre regularly is invited to present research or topics to a number of medical and scientific conferences.

Previous conferences include:

  • London Sports Physiotherapy Conference (London, UK) (2014)
  • British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (2014)
  • Injury prevention and management across athletic lifecycle (London, UK) (2014)
  • Aesthetic athletes and dancers; Training and optimising performance, Royal Society of Medicine (2014)
  • England Rugby Medical Conference (2013), RFU
  • Dance Psychology conference, Royal Society of Medicine (2013)
  • London Sport Physiotherapy Conference (London, UK) (2013)
  • Warwick University Sports Foot and ankle Surgery meeting (Warwick, UK) (2013)
  • Royal Society of Medicine education series in sports medicine: Eating disorders and optimal nutrition for performance (2012)
  • Northampton Sports Medicine Network (2012)
  • Sports and Exercise Medicine for 2012 Meeting: Foot and Ankle (2011)
  • English Institute of Sport Study day- Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation (2011)
  • England Athletics Hall of Fame conference (2011)
  • Royal Society of Medicine education series in sports medicine: Principals of injury prevention and rehabilitation (2011)
  • Speaker and host committee for International Association of Dance Medicine and Science annual conference (2010)
  • British Rheumatology Annual Conference (2010)
  • RFU England Rugby Medical Conference (2010)
  • UK Sport: World Class Performance Conference (2009)
  • British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine: Annual Conference (2008)
  • British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine: Spring Conference (2008)
  • Royal Society of Medicine education series in sports medicine (2007)
  • London Sports Institute: From cognition to conditioning (2007)
  • West Midlands Pain Association: “Pain in the Arts” (2006)
  • Council for Dance Education and Training: Providing students with safe dance training (2006)