Assessing the relationships between engagement in music and subjective wellbeing.

Norma Daykin

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Abstract

This is the second of three reports that form the review of wellbeing outcomes of music and singing for adults. This review includes 16 studies of participants with identified health conditions such as stroke, COPD and mental health conditions. We have not included clinical studies of music and singing, including interventions for patients in hospital, where the focus is on clinical outcomes such as pain management or coping with symptoms or hospitalisation. We have included studies with a concurrent comparator (CC) or qualitative studies where it would not be expected to include a comparator. The methodologies for data extraction, quality appraisal for the studies reported here are the same as for the H1 studies detailed in Volume 1.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2016

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