Relationship Completion in Palliative Care Music Therapy: Clinical Case Research Overview and Results-Part 2

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  • Amy Clements-Cortes University of Toronto, Music and Health Research Collaboratory,

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https://doi.org/10.47513/mmd.v10i2.608

Abstract

Part I 1 of this paper presented the clinical case of Bill: a participant in the research study investigating the role of relationships completion in palliative care music therapy. Part II presents a brief overview of the research study, and the results of Bill’s case (one of the four primary participants). The study sought to answer the primary question: What is the experience of a dying person engaged in a specific music therapy treatment program intended to facilitate relationship completion? The investigation was a phenomenological qualitative inquiry that included multiple data sources analysed through a process coding of the data and identifying themes.

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2018-04-30

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