Author(s): Morris Stephanie

Presenter(s): Stephanie Morris, MMT, MT-BC

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Bio: Stephanie Morris is a music therapist working at Cleveland Clinic’s Hillcrest Hospital in Cleveland, OH. She earned her Master of Music Therapy degree from Augsburg University in 2019. Stephanie has had the honor of working as a music therapist in the medical setting for nearly 7 years, working with populations including: oncology, intensive care, general medical, hospice/palliative care, and trauma. She has witnessed how music has the power to not only accompany people in their experience of illness, loss, and grief but also help foster connection, forge meaningful relationships, and promote well-being. Stephanie believes in the importance of not being defined by pathology but to celebrate one’s strengths, supports, and health. She also enjoys fostering the professional growth of others, facilitating a peer supervision group for music therapists in her community. Stephanie continues reflecting and learning from her therapeutic relationships with patients and her own music and life experiences. In her non-therapist time, she enjoys cooking up delicious new recipes, reading and listening to podcasts, eating dark chocolate, and spending time with her husband and pup.

Title: The Experience of Music Therapy During the Weaning Process of Patients Receiving Invasive Mechanical Ventilation

Contribution type: Paper

 

 

Author(s): Ferrari Karina Daniela

Presenter(s): Karina Daniela Ferrari

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Title: The effects of music therapy over the intensity of delirium in ICU patients

Contribution type: Paper

Author(s): Murphy Kathleen, Gaines Mary Beth, Ryan Rebecca and Washington Harold

Presenter(s): Kathleen M. Murphy, PhD, LCAT, MT-BC

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Bio: Kathleen M. Murphy, PhD, MT-BC is the Director of Music Therapy Graduate Studies at the Stat State University of New York at New Paltz. She is an active clinician, supervisor, and researcher with over 35 years of clinical experience. Dr. Murphy has authored book chapters and journal articles. Additionally, she has presented nationally and internationally on a variety of topics related to music therapy clinical practice and issues related to education and professional well-being. Dr. Murphy's research interests are focused on music therapy in substance dependence across the lifespan, trauma, and community music therapy. Dr. Murphy is a member of the American Music Therapy Association where she has served in leadership positions on the state, regional and national levels.

Title: Music Interventions During Dialysis: A Systematic Review of the Literature and Recommendations for Practice & Research

Contribution type: Poster

 

 

Author(s): Tuggle August, Khan Sikandar, Khan Babar, Heiderscheit Annette and Chlan Linda

Presenter(s): Karina Daniela Ferrari

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Title: Decreasing Delirium through Music

Contribution type: Poster

Author(s): Wojdak Chris, Silvey Philip, McIntosh Scott, Coykendall Cameron, Lin Yifei, Bansal Amit, Shannon Kate and Block Robert

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Title: Familial Hypercholesterolemia: Improving Health Via Songwriting — PHS Pilot

Contribution type: Paper

 

 

Author(s): Short Alison, Andreadis Natasha and Cheung Geena

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Title: Exploring the use of music and music therapy to address anxiety for women undergoing gynaecological and fertility treatments

Contribution type: Paper