Blythe and I discuss the recent changes in music therapy journals in the US, recap the research at the AMTA 2011 conference, and about how we like to digest the digests, so to speak.
This episode of the MTRB podcast includes interviews with three researchers who presented at the 2011 Midwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association conference in Overland Park, Kansas. Claire Ghetti and Clare Arezina were part of the student research session and Dr. Robin Edwards sits down to speak with us about her notions of Evidence-Based Practice, a hot topic on the MTRB.
This podcast is a discussion with Barbara Else and Kimberly Sena Moore. Else is a senior policy and research consultant with AMTA and Sena Moore is a Regulatory Affairs Associate with the Certification Board for Music Therapists. We discuss the role of research in policy-making and advocacy.
Did you already stumble with that first New Year’s resolution? Be redeemed – get involved in advocacy at the state or national level for music therapy! Contact emails are below, so get crackin’ and get involved:
Barbara Else – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Sena Moore – email@example.com
Judy Simpson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dena Register – email@example.com
This edition of the MTRB features three research posters presented at the 2010 AMTA conference in Cleveland, Ohio with the specific focus of music therapy and children with autism spectrum disorder. Continue reading
Two interviews with research award winners at the AMTA 2010 Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. We taped several interviews in November and feature Dr. Debra Burns from Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis and the IU Cancer Center won the AMTA Research and Publications Award. MTRB’s own Dr. Blythe LaGasse won the Arthur Flagler Fultz Research Award and is the interviewee!
In this episode of the MTRB Podcast, we discuss how clinicians can become active researchers, including different modes of presenting research, collaboration, and how conducting research augments music therapy practice. We finish with a note about autism and attention, the post from October 24th. First, a reminder that the AMTA conference in Cleveland, Ohio is a few weeks away!
Blythe and Andrew recap the ICMPC conference with summaries of selected symposia, have a tweet of the week and music therapy podcast recommendation.
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Our first podcast – this introduces us and our goals in podcasting about research in music therapy, cognition, and perception. Please comment and send us your thoughts and ideas!