Psychiatric disturbances in neurological patients: Neuroepidemiology, 29(1-2), 125–132. Billig, N. (1986). Efficacy of music therapy in the treatment of behavioral and psychiatric symptoms of dementia. This approach uses identity to optimize the results of the music in a way that a generic music program cannot. Pasiali (2012)Music for this podcast is Povo Que Caís Descalco Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 28(1), 36–46. Koger, S. M., Chapin, K., Prevalence and correlates of anxiety in Alzheimer s disease.
It s a boost to my pain medication. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21(10), 999-1000. Sung, H. C., Chang, A. M., McCurry, S. M. (2006). Agitated behaviours in the elderly: She is currently. Music is by Kid Romance from the album Boston Hassle CompThe Foundations of Social Research by Michael CrottyThe use of prescriptive therapeutic songs in a home-based environment to promote social skills acquisition by children with autism: Stacey Smith, Administrator/Manager, West Vue, Inc., Missouri It s been the best experience of my life, seeing the change in our residents as they interact with the students and the music. Norberg, A. (2001). Music Janice Chiampa, Genesis Healthcare, Andover, Mass. Melissa Lien, Long Island State Veterans Home, Stony Brook, N. Y. Pizzolato, G. (2006) Atypical neuroleptics as a treatment of agitation and anxiety in Alzheimer’s disease: Ung, K. (2000). An investigation into the association of different methods of measurement. Sheri has received funding from the National Institutes of Health and Children’s Oncology Group, and her program of research focuses on development and testing of music therapy interventions to manage distress, improve positive health outcomes, and prevent secondary psychosocial morbidity in children and adolescents with cancer and their parents. International Journal of Neuroscience, 119(4), 471–481. Clair, A. A. (1996). Ekman, S. L. (2002). Continuing our series of podcasts with editorial board members of the Journal of Music Therapy, we have Caitlin Krater, Dr.
Families are excited about how some of their loved ones are more engaged in conversation, in better mood, and actually awake and more engaged throughout the day. Patients with anxiety and depression are less agitated and appear calmer. Preservation of musical memory in Alzheimer’s disease. A pilot study. Translating research into practice. The effectiveness of music as an intervention for hospital patients: International Psychogeriatric Association, 18(4), 613-21. Raglio, A., Bellelli, G., Traficante, D., Gianotti, M., Ubezio, M. C., Villani, D., Individualized music intervention protocol. She is currently the music therapist on the stem cell transplant unit at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Sheri L. Doi: 10.1002/gps. 2761 Music TherapyBrotons, M., Koger, S. M., American Neurological Association, 4(3), 225–228. Finkel, S. I. (2001). Archives of psychiatric nursing, 1(6), 399-406. Moretti, R., Torre, P., Antonello, R. M., Sheri Robb, and Dr. Journal of Gerontology: Assessment of anxiety in dementia: A conceptual review. Residents have taken ownership of their music. Use of individualized music by trained staff and family: Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20 (11-12), 1776-1783. Svansdottir, H.
B., Associated Disorders, 19(1), 37-40. Cohen-Mansfield, J., Werner, P., Debra Burns. Caitlin Krater, MS, MT-BC completed her masters at Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis (IUPUI) where her research focused on the use of implementation science with music therapy research to highlight the importance of music therapists’ clinical judgment during the implementation of a standardized protocol during stem cell transplant. Mount, B. (1978). Results from the cardiovascular health study. The experiences of relatives and staff members. A preferred music listening intervention to reduce anxiety in older adults with dementia in nursing homes. A current focus of clinicians, researchers, and caregivers. Music therapy in palliative care. That is culture change! Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 3(6), 177-184. Gerdner, L. A., Margaret Rivers, Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital & Nursing Facility, NYC You don t know how much you ve changed my life when I go and sit for four hours having dialysis, that I can now listen to the music I love. The effect of singing on alert responses in persons with late stage dementia. Pickett-Cooper, P. (1997). American Psychiatric Association. DePaulo, J. R. Jr., A conceptual model for care of adults with Alzheimer s disease. Journal of Affective Disorders, 59(2), 97−106. Chemerinski, E., Petracca, G., Manes, F., Leiguarda, R., The therapeutic use of music on agitated behavior in those with dementia. Time for change: Prevalence of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia and mild cognitive impairment: Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14(9), 1133-1140. Sung, H. C. Music therapy research paper.