Presenting the Evidence

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Presenting the Evidence: The up-to-date guide for music therapists responding to the demands of clinical effectiveness and evidence-based practice

The open access book Presenting the Evidence: The up-to-date guide for music therapists responding to the demands of clinical effectiveness and evidence-based practice by Nordoff Robbins Researchers Mercédès Pavlicevic, Gary Ansdell, Simon Procter & Sarah Hickey from 2009 is in four parts. 

Part One considers the ‘demand for evidence’ from a music therapy position.

Part Two ‘Builds Platforms’ for music therapists to embark on doing Evidence, by providing guidance through 6 strategies.

- Part Three presents a Hit List of music therapy research categorised by a range of different methodologies and different client groups.

Part Four provides some resources which can be used by music therapists embarking on their own research.

The Research team at Nordoff Robbins put this resource together to help music therapists to explain how they can collect the information and data they need to show how effective their work is, and back it up with evidence.

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