ProMiMiC - Professional Excellence in Meaningful Music in Healthcare: research report of Work Package 3 for locations Groningen & The Hague

Karolien Dons (First author), Krista de Wit, Beste Sevindik, Nina van den Berg, Rineke Smilde

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Abstract

This document consists of the research report of Work Package 3 of ProMiMiC's locations Groningen and The Hague. Through the implementation of MiMiC-projects in the form of ‘living labs’, research data was generated leading to insights into (1) concepts of interprofessionality between musicians and healthcare professionals, (2) effects of the MiMiC-practice on nurses’ compassionate skills in contact with patients and (3) the influence of the various contexts on the MiMiC-practice. Given the fact that hospitals are the site of study in ProMiMiC, the research activities of Work Package 3 got highly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It led to additional questions and expansion of the MiMiC practice to directions that the consortium had
not foreseen.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHanze university of applied Sciences Groningen, Research Centre Art & Society
Number of pages90
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2022

Keywords

  • interprofessionality
  • ProMiMiC
  • music and wellbeing
  • music and healthcare
  • musicians
  • nursing competences
  • compassionate care
  • innovative music practice

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