TABLO

Next steps and the TABLO conference

KMPT is hosting a conference which will bring the TABLO project to you. If you want to find out more and learn how to use the toolkit, you need to be there!

Join us on 21 June at the Canterbury Cathedral Lodge. Listen to those involved in the project as well as key speakers Professor Dame Donna Kinnair, Director of Nursing from the Royal College of Nursing and Ben Saul, Chair of Trustees for the British Association of Music Therapy. 

Spaces are limited so book your place now!

www.eventbrite.com/e/tablo-conference-2018-tickets-43018164488?aff=es2 

Using the Arts for the Benefit of Patients with Long-Term Conditions

Partners from different EU countries have gathered to work on a three year project to increase the use of the arts in the treatment of long-term conditions. We hope to create a high quality resource on-line that can be shared with partners across the EU. This will look very similar to e-learning with additional resources attached.

Our trust is a partner of the TABLO project and is looking forward to sharing our best practice with others whilst gaining some new and innovative ideas.

We are aware that we have very talented therapists, therapy assistants and clinical staff who enjoy, and understand the importance of, integrating the arts to support patients with long term conditions.

For more information please join our Facebook group for regular updates: https://www.facebook.com/tabloerasmusproject/

Films about TABLO:

Tablo project visit:

Training staff in the use of Arts for the Benefit of patients with Long-Term Conditions

 
You can also take a look at the film from the Stockholm visit

Co-funded by the European Union

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication/communication and all its contents reflect the views only of the author, and the European Commission and UK National Agency are not responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained.