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NUR 212 EPB Project Music Therapy in Elderly with Depression
Transcript of NUR 212 EPB Project Music Therapy in Elderly with Depression
Strengths and Limitations
Introduction to Research
Our study presents the use of music therapy to reduce depressive symptoms in the elderly.
Sample Characteristics and Selection
Effects of music on depression in older people: a randomized controlled trial
NUR 212 EBP Project
Methodology and Results
Investigative Staff and/or participant training
Are the statistics credible?
Is this study clinically accurate?
Is the study generalizable beyond sample population?
Is the methodology consistent? Is it ethical?
Are the outcomes confounded?
Any potential bias or concerns?
Analysis of Research
Assessment of Research Creditability
Our opinion as Nursing Professionals/Clinical Experts
Potential Effect on patient preferences in our opinion
Clinical Significance of Results
Benefits/Risks to Practice
1. Is music more effective in reducing depression levels in older adults than compared to those who do not listen to music?
3. Based on this article, is there sufficient evidence to support the use of music to lower depression instead of the conventional pharmacologic methods?
2. Is listening to music an effective alternative to not listening to music for the treatment of depression in older adults?
Feasibility of Practice Change
Effects of music on depression in older people: a
randomized controlled trial
Summary of Study