Education and training Seminars in ageing Seminar recordings Seminars in Ageing: Music Interventions in Dementia Care: An Overview of Research @Melbourne Music Interventions in Dementia Care: An Overview of Research @Melbourne Presenters: Professor Felicity Baker, The University of Melbourne Watch webinar recording About the presentation Music Therapy has long history of practice in dementia care in Australia, but until recently, very little empirical research has been undertaken to support its perceived efficacy. Three past and current projects funded by the NHMRC aim to establish music therapy as an evidenced-based practice that is highly effective in managing mood and neuropsychiatric symptoms of dementia. The presentation describes the three studies and the theoretical basis from which they are build. About the presenter Prof Felicity Baker is a music therapy researcher who has specialised in developing and testing music interventions for people with neurodegenerative diseases. She is a world leader in the field, is the recipient of the World Federation of Music Therapy Research Award (2017) and she has secured more than $15M in competitive funding. Felicity was recently appointed Associate Dean (Research). Watch webinar recording Further information: [email protected] Booking for this event has now closed.