Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – United States
Wendy L. Magee PhD is Professor of Music Therapy at Temple University, Philadelphia, having practiced in neurological rehabilitation since 1988 as a music therapy clinician, researcher, manager and trainer (USA, UK, Ireland and Australia). She is widely published in peer-reviewed journals spanning neuroscience, medicine, rehabilitation, psychology, music therapy, music psychology and health sociology and is lead author on the recent Cochrane Review of music interventions for acquired brain injury. Her major research topics include music as a medium for assessment of and intervention with people with disorders of consciousness and other minimally responsive populations (end-stage dementia, end-stage terminal illness), measurement validation in other languages (Spanish, Mandarin) and the emerging theory and practice for incorporating digital music technologies in healthcare, with her edited book Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings published by Jessica Kingsley Publications.
Tuesday, November 5
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM