Author(s): Phillips Carolyn and Davidson Kristin

Presenter(s): Carolyn Phillips, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC, AOCNP

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Title: Storytelling Through Music: Finding Meaning Through Writing and Song to Address Grief in Oncology Nurses

Contribution type: Paper

 

 

Author(s): Chen Yaen, Raine Lauren, Kramer Arthur, Hillman Charles and Loui Psyche

Presenter(s): Yaen Chen

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Bio: Yaen Chen is currently a rising third-year undergraduate student majoring in Behavioral Neuroscience with a minor in Data Science at Northeastern University. Since joining the Music, Imaging, and Neural Dynamics Lab (MIND Lab) led by Dr. Psyche Loui in her first year, Yaen has been interested in learning about how musical training can affect the brain cognitively and neurophysiologically in preadolescents. Yaen plans to work towards a career in neuroscience research and will be pursuing a master’s in Bioinformatics at Northeastern University after her undergraduate degree. In her free time, Yaen enjoys playing the piano and dancing with Kinematix Dance Troupe.

Title: Are Two Activities Better Than One? Effects of Music Training and Physical Activity on Cognitive Development

Contribution type: Poster

Author(s): Van Kekerix Todd, Crappell Courtney, Elder William and Nesic-Taylor Olivera

Presenter(s): Dr.Todd Van Kekerix

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Bio: Dr. Todd Van Kekerix currently serves as a lecturer of piano pedagogy, coordinator of class piano and faculty affiliate for the Community Arts Academy at the Moores School of Music. He recently completed a Doctor of Music in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma. Active as a performer and clinician, Van Kekerix has given workshops and recitals throughout the United States and China. Van Kekerix’s research includes pop music pedagogy, historical piano pedagogy, teaching piano in groups, and effective practice habit development.
His former faculty positions include director of enrichment activities at the New School for Music Study in Kingston, NJ and adjunct professor of piano at Kean University in Union, NJ. His degrees include an artist’s certificate and master’s degree in piano performance and pedagogy from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and a bachelor’s degree from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, SD. His past teachers include Jane Magrath, Barbara Fast, Jeongwan Ham, Samuel Holland, Alfred Mouledous, Alessio Bax and Rick Andrews. Previously, he has been a faculty member at the Practical Piano Pedagogy Seminar summer series in Kingston, NJ and an instructor at the SMU Institute for Young Pianists in Dallas, Texas. He has also presented workshops at the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy and has been published in Clavier Companion magazine.

Title: Effects of Keyboard Music Making on the Mood States of University Students

Contribution type: Poster

 

 

Author(s): le Roux Frances

Presenter(s): Dr. Frances le Roux, PhD

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Bio: Dr. Frances le Roux is a practicing physiotherapist in Fish Hoek, Cape Town
South Africa for the past 31 years. She uses music in her private practice as
a functional intervention during physiotherapy treatments. Dr. le Roux is a
honorary member of both the IAMM and ISMM. She has a Master’s degree
on the “Effect of Music on Pain, and in 2006 completed her doctoral studies
on “The Effect of Music on the Immune System and Emotions during
Physiotherapy treatment of lung conditions”. Dr. le Roux has written
numerous articles for journals and regularly attends the International Music
Medicine Conferences.
She has published the following books:
1. Music is Healing
2. Music and Babies
3. Music as Natural Medicine

 

Title: Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation in Health Care

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Author(s): Vatanasapt Patravoot

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Title: Music behind medicine, fulfilling the needs in medical education

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Paper

Author(s): Block Seneca and Rose Daniel

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Title: Nurse’s Experience in Drum Circles

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Poster

Author(s): Steele Erica

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Title: The Long-Term Effect of Music Therapy on Nurses’ Self-Perceived Stress
Levels

Contribution type: Paper

Author(s): Doman Alex

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Title: Neuroguided Meditation- An introduction to music-based brain wellness technology

Contribution type: Paper

Author(s): Liu Tze-Chang and Vatanasapt Patravoot

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Title: Integrating music into medical ethics education

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