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1. Creativity, identity and healing: participants’ accounts of music therapy in cancer care

Project team:

Dr Stuart McClean, Professor Norma Daykin and Professor Leslie Bunt



The aim of the study is to explore and analyse cancer patients’ experiences of group music therapy (MT), paying particular attention to the types of metaphors used in order to articulate MT’s. 


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2. Audit Survey of Music Therapy in Supportive Cancer Care

Project team:
 Professor Norma Daykin and Professor Leslie Bunt

This national survey sought to gain a comprehensive picture of the extent and current role of music therapy in UK cancer care.

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3. A Systematic Review of the Impact on Young People of Participation in Performance Based Arts on Health and Wellbeing (Completed 2006)

Project team:

Professor Norma Daykin, Judy Orme, Dr David Evans, Dr Debra Salmon

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4. Moving On: Qualitative research on the impact of an arts project in a mental healthcare setting


Project team:

Professor Norma Daykin (UWE, School of Health and Social Care)
Ellie Byrne (UWE, School of Health and Social Care)
Nola Davis (Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust)
Dr Susan O’Connor (Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust)
Dr Mark Palmer (UWE, Faculty of Art Media and Design)
Dr Tony Soteriou (Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust)
Jane Willis (Willis Newson)



This research explored the impact of Moving On, the UK’s largest funded mental health arts project, which was undertaken by AWP as part of the modernisation of mental health services.

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For more information about Moving On, see the project website
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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