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Töres, Osika Walter, Harmat Laszlo and Bojner Horwitz Eva

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Professor Eva Bojner Horwitz, RPT, Reg DMT

Affiliations: Department of Music, Pedagogy and Society, Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden;  Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; Center for Social Sustainability, Institution of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Bio: Eva Bojner Horwitz RPT, Reg DMT, PhD, Professor of Music and Health at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Associate Professor in social medicine, music and health researcher, specialized in psychosomatic medicine and the creative arts. Eva is co-founder of the Center for Social Sustainability (CSS), Karolinska Institutet (KI), Stockholm, and researcher at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience Karolinska Institutet. She is anchored in interdisciplinary research, has doctoral students, authored scientific articles, books and book chapters including “The Cultural Health Box”, “Culture for your Health”, “Improve your Health with Music”, “Theatre for, by, and with patients”, “Culture and Public Health”, “Fibromyalgia – for the cause of stress?”, “Humanizing Health Care with music” and “Embodied Compassion”. She is known internationally for her implementation of cultural/music activities in health care systems for exhausted patients, staff and patients in end of life situations, and for her evaluation with video interpretation technique (VIT), combining quantitative (stress hormone analyses, heart rate variability) with qualitative research i.e. phenomenological hermeneutic methods and micro phenomenology (trained by Prof Claire Petitmengin in Paris). Ongoing research focuses on “Performance evaluations with musicians and their audience”, “Music in end of life”, “Music as consolation”, “Knowledge concerts” and “Sustainability and creative well-being”.

Title: The interplay between chamber musicians – a novel methodology using the concept of ‚flow‘

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Author(s): Cruder Cinzia, Barbero Marco, Soldini Emiliano, Koufaki Pelagia and Gleeson Nigel

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Title: Occurrence of playing-related musculoskeletal disorders among European music students

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Author(s): Cruder Cinzia, Gleeson Nigel, Koufaki Pelagia, Soldini Emiliano and Barbero Marco

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Title: Prevalence of chronic pain among European music students

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Author(s): Lawendowski Rafał

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Study addiction among musicians: Measurement, and relationship with personality, social anxiety, performance, and psychosocial functioning

Contribution type: Poster