Lead Department: Mental Health Vancouver
Area: Vancouver (Willow Pavilion)
Background: This research project will examine the acceptability and feasibility of implementing a silent music program in two mental health units (a young adult and older adult unit) at Willow Pavilion at Vancouver General Hospital. The silent music program involves using headphone sets that is able to cancel external noice to deliver high quality music.
The research project would like to know:
- What does the patient experience during the silent music program?
- What are the staff’s perspectives on using the silent music intervention to support patient care?
Your Involvement: The research lead, Clinical Nurse Specialist Lillian Hung would like to involve 2 CEAN members as co-researchers, to bring patient/public perspective into the project and the data analysis. An interest in music or music therapy would be ideal. Experience with mental health services as a client or family member/caregiver would also be an asset.
Please click here to fill out an application until Tuesday Sept. 3rd, 2019. Deadline extended.
* Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Thank you! *
From Sept to Dec 2019, meetings will happen on Thursdays at lunch (11:30am – 12:30pm)
After these initial meetings, meetings will occur based on your availability for up to one year.
Vancouver General Hospital Campus