Music and the Brain: Report on an NIH/Kennedy Center Workshop
Collaborative workshop– the Sound Health initiative– convened by the National Institutes of Health and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts– focused on the use of music therapy in health settings.
Publication date: Available online 4 August 2020Source: Journal of Neonatal NursingAuthor(s): Elizabeth Coombes, Iyad-Al Muzaffar
Condition: Breast Cancer Interventions: Behavioral: Art Therapy; Behavioral: Music Therapy Sponsor: Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Not yet recruiting
CONCLUSION: This quantitative meta-analysis indicated that music might play a critical role on the functional scale, general physical indexes, and favorable outcomes for DOC patients. Music therapy can easily be provided at the bedside by nurses working with DOC patients.
Condition: Burnout Intervention: Other: Music group Sponsor: Taipei Medical University Enrolling by invitation
By David Tuller, DrPH On Thursday, Professors Vincent Racaniello and Mady Hornig, both from Columbia University, wrote to BMJ’s research integrity coordinator. I have been corresponding with BMJ, and specifically the research integrity coordinator, about the Norwegian study of cognitive behavior therapy combined with music therapy as a treatment for chronic fatigue in adolescents after […]