Person-centred Music-making as a Cultural Change Agent for Compassionate Healthcare: through the Lens of Experiential Workplace Learning

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To meet the care needs of the rapidly ageing patient populations, the cultivation of a compassionate patient-centred healthcare culture has become central in the value-based healthcare discourse. A participatory music practice, ‘Meaningful Music in Healthcare’ employs a person-centred approach to music-making in Dutch hospitals. A grounded theory analysis on ethnographically collected data suggests that music-making serves as a social change agent and cultural resource for catalysing compassionate contact between healthcare professionals and patients. Processes of experiential growth and shared values in music-making and healthcare help to enrich care relationships and allow the emotional dimension of
nurses’ professional performance to be explored.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)326-354
Aantal pagina's29
TijdschriftResearch in Arts and Education
Nummer van het tijdschrift4
StatusPublished - 18 feb. 2022

Keywords

  • muziek in ziekenhuizen
  • compassievolle zorg
  • persoonsgericht musiceren

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