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Transcript of Music Therapy

Music Therapy and Environmental Control
Comeaux, T., & Steele-Moses, S.
(2013). The Effect of Complementary Music Therapy on the Patient's Postoperative State Anxiety, Pain Control, and Environmental Noise Satisfaction.
MEDSURG Nursing
, 22(5), 313-318.

Music Therapy: Pain and Distress
Vaajoki, A., Pietilä, A.,
Kankkunen, P., & Vehviläinen-Julkunen, K. (2012). Effects of listening to music on pain intensity and pain distress after surgery: an intervention.
Journal Of Clinical Nursing
, 21(5/6), 708-717. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03829.x
Pain Medications and Abuse
Background Questions
How can nurses communicate the benefits of music therapy for pain to patients?
What criteria can qualify the patient for music therapy?
How will an increase in music therapy for pain improve patient outcomes?
What diagnosis would be appropriate for music therapy use?
PICOT
For postoperative patients in the hospital setting, would using music therapy versus more pain medication result in a better and quicker recovery compared to using just pain medication?
Music Therapy Success
Trevor's Story
http://musictherapyintheus.wordpress.com/success-stories/
Music Therapy
Kelsey Isaacson, SDSU NS
Cali Portinga, SDSU NS

PICOT QUESTION
Population- Postoperative patients in the hospital setting
Intervention- Music therapy for pain relief
Comparison- Patients that did not have music therapy or just analgesics after surgery
Outcome- Pain reduction in postoperative patients using music therapy and less pain medication
Time- During the hosptial stay
Music Therapy and Postsurgical Pain
Good, M., Stanton-Hicks, M., Grass, J.,
Anderson, G., Lai, H., Roykulcharoen, V., & Adler, P. (2011). Relaxation and music to reduce postsurgical pain.
Journal Of Advanced Nursing
, 33(2), 208-215. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x10.1046/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x
Finney, L. (2010). Nursing care
for the patient with co-existing pain and substance misuse: meeting the patient's needs. MEDSURG Nursing, 19(1), 25.
Opioid Misuse
Hahn, K. L. (2011). Strategies to
Prevent Opioid Misuse, Abuse, and Diversion That May Also Reduce the Associated Costs. American Health & Drug Benefits, 4(2), 107-113.

Evolution of Music Therapy
Music has been used throughout history to heal or alleviated illness and distress
The idea of music as a healing influence is at least as old as the writing of Aristotle
It was not until the 20th century that music was used more systematically
Now music therapy is a recognized science of applying music to encourage phsycial, mental, social, and emotional well-being


Research
Databases
EBSCOhost
CINAHL
Nursing Journals
Advanced search feature to narrow results:
Peer review
Full text (PDF)
Years: 2009-2014
Research Approach
Gathering articles
CINAHL
Important aspects highlighted and compared to other articles
Music therapy websites researched online
Research Challenges
Relevant year
Exclusive criteria
Type of surgery
Age of patient(s)
Period of postoperative stay
Chronic pain
Follow up research
International vs. United States
Key Words
Music
Therapy
Pain
Controlled
Relief
Postoperative
Opioids
Abuse
Change In Practice
Decreased healthcare costs for patient and/or family
MP3 players cheaper than medications
Provided free by hospital
Getting patients to ambulate quicker after surgery
Decreased risk for DVT, pneumonia, ulcers or contractures
Music provides a more calming environment for recovering patients
Being able to communicate the benefits of music therapy
Comeaux, T., & Steele-Moses, S.
(2013). The Effect of Complementary Music Therapy on the Patient's Postoperative State Anxiety, Pain Control, and Environmental Noise Satisfaction.
MEDSURG Nursing
, 22(5), 313-318.
QSEN Competencies
Quality Improvement
Safety
Patient centered care
Good, M., Stanton-Hicks, M., Grass, J.,
Anderson, G., Lai, H., Roykulcharoen, V., & Adler, P. (2011). Relaxation and music to reduce postsurgical pain.
Journal Of Advanced Nursing
, 33(2), 208-215. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x10.1046/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x
www.qsen.org. (2014). Quality and safety education for nurses
Impact of Music Therapy
Living with pain can have a significant impact on the coping skills of the patient
10-15% of the population suffers from substance misuse or chemical dependency disorders
Muisc therapy is a relatively cheap, non-pharmacological, and easily applied intervention with no side effects which makes for a useful tool for health professionals.
Music therapy increases pain control satisfaction
References
Comeaux, T., & Steele-Moses, S.
(2013). The Effect of Complementary Music Therapy on the Patient's Postoperative State Anxiety, Pain Control, and Environmental Noise Satisfaction.
MEDSURG Nursing
, 22(5), 313-318.
Economidou, E., Klimi, A., Vivilaki, V. G., & Lykeridou, K. (2012).
Does music reduce postoperative pain? A review. Health Science Journal, 6(3), 365-377.
Finney, L. (2010). Nursing care
for the patient with co-existing pain and substance misuse: meeting the patient's needs. MEDSURG Nursing, 19(1), 25.
Good, M., Stanton-Hicks, M., Grass, J.,
Anderson, G., Lai, H., Roykulcharoen, V., & Adler, P. (2011). Relaxation and music to reduce postsurgical pain.
Journal Of Advanced Nursing
, 33(2), 208-215. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x10.1046/j.1365-2648.2001.01655.x
Hahn, K. L. (2011). Strategies to
Prevent Opioid Misuse, Abuse, and Diversion That May Also Reduce the Associated Costs. American Health & Drug Benefits, 4(2), 107-113.
Vaajoki, A., Pietilä, A.,
Kankkunen, P., & Vehviläinen-Julkunen, K. (2012). Effects of listening to music on pain intensity and pain distress after surgery: an intervention.
Journal Of Clinical Nursing
, 21(5/6), 708-717. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03829.x
www.qsen.org. (2014). Quality and safety education for nurses.

Is Music Therapy Effective?
Economidou, E., Klimi, A., Vivilaki,
V. G., & Lykeridou, K. (2012). Does music reduce postoperative pain? A review. Health Science Journal, 6(3), 365-377.
Questions?
Economidou, E., Klimi, A., Vivilaki, V. G., & Lykeridou, K. (2012). Does music reduce postoperative pain? A review. Health Science Journal, 6(3), 365-377.
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