The Chinese language edition of "Waking the Spirit: A Musician's Journey Healing Body, Mind, and Soul" by Andrew Schulman will be released in September 2019 by Chinese Machine Press, the largest publisher of science and technology books in China.
Michael Bard (photo on left) was featured in the Spring Newsletter of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland for his work in the Pain and Palliative Care Department where he plays for patients and families and the clinical staff in the intensive care, pain and palliative care, and oncology units.
Andrew Schulman will serve as a consultant to Vanderbilt University School of Nursing for a therapeutic music program for hospitalized patients led by Ruth Kleinpell, Ph.D RN and Joseph Schlesinger, MD.
Andrew Schulman was invited to be part of the Wellness Lab at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Annual Congress, which was held this year in San Diego. Schulman’s topic was, “How to Implement an ICU Musician into Your Institution".
Andrew Schulman gave the Keynote Address at the 23rd Annual Challenges in Critical Care conference in Hershey, PA, sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine and Penn State University (PSU) College of Medicine Continuing Education.
Michael Bard, guitarist and graduate of the 2017 and 2018 Medicine for Musicians Workshops at Berkshire Medical Center joins the medical team as Medical Musician at the Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He works in the Pain & Palliative Care Division, under the supervision of department chair, Dr. Ann Berger.
Dr. Marvin McMillen and Andrew Schulman gave a talk about the development of Medical Music following a screening of the "Andrew & Wendy" film, at the The National Arts Club, located at 15 Gramercy Park South, in Manhattan.
Andrew Schulman gave a talk called: The Art and Science of Medical Music for the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires.