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La musicothérapie dans la prise en charge en soins palliatifs : La communication, autrement, jusqu’au bout

Abstract : During a palliative care support, the role of music is multiple: music is both a facilitator of communication, but also active in the relief of pain and anxiety, all of which are related to serious illness or the end of life. Thus, the trio "Patient/ Music/ Music therapist" creates a device that stimulates the psychic or physical movement of the patient received in palliative care. So, the work in music therapy contributes to the perspective of the present situation and its analysis. With a short clinical study, we will see how music therapy can allow the patient to express himself in the broadest sense. He is at the centre of the care, both an actor in his follow-up in music therapy, but also at the center of the attention of the therapist and the team that surrounds him.
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Cécile Fourage. La musicothérapie dans la prise en charge en soins palliatifs : La communication, autrement, jusqu’au bout. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2020, 39 (2). ⟨hal-03432828⟩

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