by Alison Short PhD, RMT MT-BC FAMI
, Nicole Ahern BSc(Psych) Grad Dip Sc(Psych)
| July 2009
A process evaluation was applied to the development and implementation of a receptive music therapy tool, with a view to promoting evidence-based practice via clear linkage from theory to practice. This music tool was required for a research project in the noisy emergency department (ED) of a large urban hospital. The process evaluation focuses on questions about the suitability, planning, application, and effectiveness of this tool used within the research project protocol. The music tool...