Conference 2016 Poster Presentations
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Conference 2016 Poster Presentations

On this page you will find a selection of the posters presented at the 2016 Conference along with abstracts. If you would like any further information about the research and practice presented, please contact the authors - details are included in their posters. 

If you would like to reference any of the posters, please do so using the following format:

BAMT, & BAMT, A. N. Insert the title of the poster here. Poster session presented at: Re-Visioning our Voice: Resourcing music therapy for contemporary needs, 2nd Conference of the British Association for Music Therapy; 8 - 10 April; Glasgow, UK. 


'Musical Beginnings: Audition Requirements in the Context of UK Music Therapy Trainings' - Donald Wetherick, GSMD.

'Moving on up: dual-approach music therapy during the transition years, for a teenager with Cerebral Palsy. Using Neurological Music Therapy to improve motor, speech and cognitive skills whilst providing therapeutic support using traditional music therapy, to improve confidence and develop independence' - Rosie Axon, Chiltern Music Therapy. 

'The Functional Use of Neurologic Music Therapy into Paediatric Brain Injury Rehabilitation' - Rebecca Pryce, Chiltern Music Therapy

'Applying a user-friendly tool for measuring clinical outcomes in music therapy: The East Kent Outcomes System (EKOS)' - Rhian Saville and Grace Whiting, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

'Guided Imagery and Music (GIM): an evolving spectrum of practice' - Martin Lawes

'Bringing music to vulnerable families. Bringing Hope music therapy' - Claire Hope

'Borders and Boundaries: An overview of the current NHS music therapy service in the Scottish Borders' - Marrion Carracher, Anna Ludwig & Clare Gillespie, NHS Borders; Scottish Borders Council.

'Altering the language without losing the meaning: the challenging of maintaining the integrity of a music therapy charity for it's service users whilst meeting the requirements of the funders' - Andy Stevens & Esther Mitchell, Thomas's Fund; Rosie's Rainbow Fund

'Composition in Music Therapy; a global perspective' - James Robertson

'A Problem Shared...Problem based learning in practice. Enhancing student and practitioner clinical reasoning.' - Sally Holden & Liz Coombes, University of South Wales