Health & Wellbeing

Music is powerful – we are passionate about providing hope, health and happiness in our communities through music.

Dr Robyn Littlewood - Chief Executive, Health and Wellbeing Queensland, Oliver Ireland, William Barton - Didgeridoo Virtuoso, Caleb Ireland, Valmay Hill - Executive Director, Queensland Symphony Orchestra

“The importance of music can’t be underestimated. Listening to music helps improve our physical, mental and emotional health.”

Dr Robyn Littlewood, Chief Executive, Health and Wellbeing Queensland

Host:
Huw Jones, Section Principal Oboe
Special guests:
Dr Dimity Dornan AO, Hear and Say
Gemma Hodgetts, Health and Wellbeing Queensland
Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, Griffith University

Key objectives

Develop a meaningful a platform to promote health and wellbeing through music in Queensland.

Develop strong case for support through research (applied research, methodology and evaluation).

Build relationships with stakeholders who are leaders in this area.

Healthy Aging

Aged Care
Dementia studies
Isolation

Communities – people

Local
Regional
First Nations

We’re sharing the joy

Hospitals
Well at Work
Special needs

#Health and Wellbeing Literature Review