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Webinar - Designing & Implementing an Effective Hospital-Based Music Program
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This session will describe Duke University Hospital’s journey to provide live music to patients, visitors and staff throughout the hospital and hospital-based clinics.

9/27/2016
When: September 27, 2016
2:00 PM ET
Where: United States

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Designing & Implementing an Effective Hospital-Based Music Program
Presented by William Dawson, Semans/Byrd Musician in Residence, Performing Arts Coordinator, Arts & Health at Duke, Duke University Hospital

September 27, 2016 2:00-3:00 PM ET

 

This session will describe Duke University Hospital’s journey to provide live music to patients, visitors and staff throughout the hospital and hospital-based clinics. The speaker, a professional musician and educator, will focus on why live music is an important patient satisfier in the hospital setting and how it can be implemented through a number of cost effective practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn how to identify appropriate resources to incorporate live music into the patient experience including one or more of the following options: Volunteers in public spaces, Professionally trained musicians on units and bedside, Public hospital-based concerts, Music lesson opportunities for long term patients and staff retreats
  • Participants will learn how to implement each option, with benefits and challenges of each option highlighted. 

 

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