Report on the National Arts Centre Roundtable on Music and Medicine: CC263-8/2006E-PDF
"This report summarizes the discussion at the National Arts Centre Roundtable on Music and Medicine, convened on October 1, 2005. This first in a series of three yearly roundtables on the subject of health and the arts examined the links between music and medicine. How music helps us understand the brain and improves learning, can be used to treat stroke and help people with cancer—these were just some of the areas participants discussed in the three and a half hour session"--Intro., p. 1.
|Department/Agency||National Arts Centre (Canada)|
|Title||Report on the National Arts Centre Roundtable on Music and Medicine|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Caption title. "October 1, 2005." Issued also in French under title: Rapport de la Table ronde du Centre national des Arts sur la musique et la médecine.|
|Number of Pages||22 p.|
|Subject Terms||Music, Medicine|
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