Congratulations, Dr. Jeanne DelColle
Congratulations to Dr. Jeanne DelColle, Eta Chapter, who is an Instructional Development and Strategic Partnerships Specialist at Stockton University. She has just received her doctorate from Walden University!
Congratulations, Dr. Barbara Wheeler
Congratulations to Dr. Barbara Wheeler, Omicron Chapter, on her latest publication.
I am VERY PLEASED that a research study that I have been working on with some wonderful colleagues - Teresa Lesiuk, Deb Burns, Suzanne Hanser, Andrew Rossetti, and Michael Cassity - "Music Therapy and Music Medicine Studies in Oncology: Part I: A Comparison," has just been published. This research is special to me because it is the final research study that I intend to do (another step on my continuing retirement journey). Joanne Loewy, one of the editors of the journal Music and Medicine, suggested to me 10 years ago that I look at similarities and differences in the research in music therapy and music medicine, and I agreed to do that. It has taken 10 years, but the research is now complete. Thank you to the editorial team of Music and Medicine for making this article available; to read the other part of this article and the other articles in this issue - and to have access to other issues of this excellent journal - you can join the International Association of Music and Medicine. I hope you will enjoy this!
International Association for Music and Medicine (IAMM)
July 27 at 8:43 PM ·
The journal Music and Medicine (MMD) is celebrating 10 years of publication this year! In honour of this milestone achievement, the MMD Journal Team is pleased to offer one article from our hot off the press July edition 2019 to everyone for free. Please feel free to share this paper with colleagues. We chose to share Dr. Barbara Wheeler et al's paper "Music Therapy and Music Medicine Studies in Oncology: Part I: A Comparison". Dr. Barbara Wheeler has served IAMM and the MMD journal as an editorial review board member for 10 years and is highly regarded for her publications, research, teaching and service work. We also encourage you to join IAMM if you have not yet done so and encourage others to join. Your IAMM membership comes with a free subscription to MMD where you can also read Part 2 of Wheeler et al.