PAMA

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PAMAProfessional Aviation Maintenance Association
PAMAPerforming Arts Medicine Association
PAMAPulse-Address Multiple Access
PAMAPower Aware Multiprocessor Architecture
PAMAPre-Assigned Multiple Access (telecommunications)
PAMAPayment Acceptance Management Association (New York, NY)
PAMAPermanently Assigned Multiple Access
PAMAPan American Medical Association
PAMAPediatric, Adolescent, and Maternal AIDS branch (US NIH)
PAMAPublic Authority for Minors Affairs (Kuwait)
PAMAPeople Against the Mistreatment of Animals (ISU)
PAMAPackage Match
PAMAPhased-Array Microstrip Antenna
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Performing Arts Medicine Association (non-redundant members with PASIG only) 4.
Performing Arts Medicine Association PAMA PO Box 61228, Denver, Colorado 80206, USA Telephone & Facsimile: 303-632-9255 Web: www.artsmed.org E-mail: artsmed@aol.com
Dawson, a retired orthopaedist performing arts medicine consultant/ editor and active bassoonist/instrumental teacher, is past president of the Performing Arts Medicine Association, a worldwide lecturer and clinician, and the author of Fit as a Fiddle: The Musician's Guide to Playing Healthy.
Music Teachers National Association, the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, Performing Arts Medicine Association and the International Society for Music Education, along with Athletes and the Arts, have taken on this major responsibility.
William Dawson, associate professor emeritus at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University and the immediate past president of the Performing Arts Medicine Association, started things off by presenting a historical perspective on performing arts medicine and its relationship to musicians and music educators.
MTNA was one of twenty-three organizations, partnering with the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) and the Texas Center for Music and Medicine at the University of North Texas, in response to a National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) directive to include health information in every music curriculum.
MTNA was one of twenty-three organizations partnering with the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) and the Texas Center for Music and Medicine at the University of North Texas in a project to develop a nationally implemented health communication module for music schools across the country.
Hosted by the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) in conjunction with the Aspen Music Festival and School, this event will offer numerous sessions designed to treat and prevent injuries common to musicians and dancers.
Mary Fletcher, Executive Director, Performing Arts Medicine Association, P.O.
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