Dr Liliana S. Araújo

Dr Liliana S. Araújo

Research, Scholarship and Creative PracticeOther ActivitiesResearch CV

Journal Articles:

Other Scholarly outputs

  • Book chapter Araújo, L.S. & Spahn, C. (forthcoming). Promoting health related lifestyle. In Gary E. McPherson (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Music Performance, Volumes 1 & 2. Oxford University Press.
  • Book chapter Redding, E. & Araújo, L.S. (forthcoming). Survey Research: Questionnaires and Interviews. In Tom Welsh, Jatin Ambegaonkar, and Lynda Mainwaring (eds), Research Methods in Dance Sciences, University Press of Florida.
  • Other Paschali, A. & Araújo, L.S. (forthcoming). Health promotion among dance students in higher education: A qualitative investigation of experiences and perceptions of health and wellbeing, Research in Dance Education

Creative Practice

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Other Activities

External Examiner role
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REF Submissions
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Membership of regional, national or international research committees
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CPD related to sector developments in research policy/practice
  • The motivational and emotional impact of Covid-19 pandemic: dance students and teachers’ experiences of online self-efficacy, stress, burnout, and motivation. (presentation) – International Association of Dance Medicine and Science Conference (2021)
  • Designing and implementing a successful return-to-work programme for musicians post-lockdown. (presentation) – Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (2021)
Other examples of engagement with research or advanced scholarship
  • The motivational and emotional impact of Covid-19 pandemic: dance students and teachers’ experiences of online self-efficacy, stress, burnout, and motivation. (presentation) – International Association of Dance Medicine and Science Conference (2021)
  • Designing and implementing a successful return-to-work programme for musicians post-lockdown. (presentation) – Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (2021)
Awards/recognition
  • Inspiring Women in Royal Greenwich – Royal Borough of Greenwich (2020)
  • Nomination Inspirational Lecturer at College, University or Conservatoire Award – One Dance UK (2020)
Professional Activities
  • Membership – International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (2018 – current)
  • Membership – British Psychological Society (2017 – current)
  • Membership – One Dance UK (2017 – current)
  • Programme Design and Delivery- Psychological wellbeing training – Malta Philharmonic Orchestra as part of the project ‘Create 2020 – Investing in cultural and creative capacity skills in Malta’s public sector – funded by the EU Operational program – European Structural and Investment Funds. – Arts Council Malta, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Malta (2018 – 2019)
  • Advisory Member – Dance/Connect Intergenerational Advisory Committee (2021 – current)
  • Founding Member – Healthy Conservatoires Network (2015 – current)
Research projects conducted with external partners
  • Case Study in Mental Health of Dancers & Impacts of Preventative Mental Health Program (2020 – current)
    Minding the Gap with Point Park University, USA ( Non-profit organisation)
    (Research Lead) This is a 3-year programme led by Minding the Gap with Point Park University, founded by Stauton Farm oundation. The aim of this study is to collect data on the mental wellness of dancers and effectiveness of prevention interventions to start an informed conversation in the dance community about the benefits of incorporating mental wellness in dance training.
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  • The motivational and emotional impact of Covid-19 pandemic on learning and teaching experiences in music and dance training. (2020 – current)
    Victorian College of Arts, University of Melbourne; Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts ( HEP)
    (Project Leader) The project aims to understand the motivational and emotional impact of the pandemic on learning and teaching experiences in performng arts students and teachers, especially stress, burnout and motivation.
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Consultancy projects informing policy making
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Other consultancy work
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic – External evaluator and consultant for the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Performance Health and Wellbeing programmes. Evaluator and consultant for the Jerwood Arts funded project ‘Elite Performance in Professional Musicians’, consisting of delivering a pioneering performance coaching programme that will support up to 25 musicians contracted by the orchestra yearly, across three editions. (2018 – 2022)
  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic – Co-leader of the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Musicians’ Return to work programme, Royal Liverpool Orchestra (2020 – 2021)
Research funding
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