Linda M Janelli

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This pilot study explored the relationship between listening to preferred music and the behavioral responses of patients who are physically restrained. Thirty patients, ranging in age from 65 to 93, participated in one of three groups. The first group included patients who were out of restraining devices while listening to preferred music. Patients in the(More)
The purpose of this descriptive pilot study was to determine the effect of a musical intervention on the behavioural reactions of physically restrained patients. Forty patients, of whom 23 were female and 17 were males with a mean age of 77, participated in the study. Patients listened to their preferred musical selection for a period of 30 minutes while(More)
Roy's Adaptation Model is used in a case study approach to begin examining the potential of music intervention in hospitalized, restrained patients. Restraints were removed during the time in which the patient listened to a musical tape through a headset. Mr. D, presented in this case study, was one of the 30 medical-surgical patients who participated. His(More)
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