Music Therapy Symposium 13 november 2020

The Music Therapy Symposium – research and clinical intervention, is arranged by the the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Karolinska Institutet and Royal Swedish Academy of Music. This time the symposium takes place at Karolinska Institutet, Solna, as well as broadcasted live. Language: English.

Registration opens 2 October

The registration will be open 2 October-2 November.

Digital participation

The live broadcast is free of charge, but registration is needed.

Participation at Karolinska Insititutet

Samuelssonsalen, Tomtebodavägen 6, Solna.
200 SEK, including lunch and coffee.

Programme

Our guide and moderator will be Eva Bojner Horwitz, Professor in Music and Health, Royal College of Music in Stockholm/Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.

9.00-09.15

Opening.

  • Music performed by students from Royal College of Music in Stockholm
  • Fredrik Wetterqvist, Chairman for Olu-Birgit Jeppsons fond, Permanent Secretary at The Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Stockholm

9.15-9.30

Music therapy at Karolinska Institutet and Royal College of Music.

  • Ole Petter Ottersen, President at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
  • Helena Wessman, Vice-Chancellor at Royal College of Music in Stockholm

9.30-09.40

Introduction.

9.40-10.40

Keynote: Music therapy research and social neuroscience approaches – how to investigate attunement and intersubjective experiences in music therapy.

  • Jörg Fachner, Professor Music, Health and the Brain, Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research

10.40-11.00

Break and refreshment.

11.00-11.30

The Process of Developing Music therapy Methods: clinical practice, theoretical perspectives and research.

  • Margareta Wärja, PhD, Lic Psychotherapist Music and expressive arts therapist, Stockholm
  • Jonatan Lindner, Music Therapist MA, BSc in Social Work, Örebro

11.30-12.00

Pros and cons with knowledge in music and music therapy as an integrated part of the future education of health care professionals.

  • Louise Eulau, PhD., Nurse, Music Researcher and Director of Studies at Sophiahemmet University, Stockholm
  • Annika Östman Wernerson, Professor in Kidney and Transplantation Science, Academic Vice President of Higher Education at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

12.00-13.00

Lunch.

13.00-13.15 Music

  • Music performed by students from Royal College of Music in Stockholm

13.15-13.55

Music therapy within interdisciplinary rehabilitation for adult acquired brain injury.

  • Alison Godbolt, MD, consultant University Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Danderyd Hospital
  • Ingrid Hammarlund, Music Therapist MA, supervisor
  • Marianne Wallin, Chair of the Swedish Association of Music Therapy, Music Therapist MA

13.55-14.25

Promoting health with music therapy - two thesis within neonatal and pediatric care.

  • Alexandra Ullsten, PhD, Music and Art Therapist, Centralsjukhuset Karlstad, Region Värmland & Affiliated Researcher, School of Health Sciences, Örebro University
  • Lena Uggla, PhD, Music Therapist, GIM Therapist, KI and Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm

14.25-14.45

Coffee Break.

14.45-15.15

How can music therapy help the severely sick child?

  • Britt Gustafsson, Pediatrician, Adjunct Professor Karolinska Institutet
  • Ingrid Van`t Hooft, registered neuropsychologist, PhD, Karolinska Institutet
  • Noomi Säfsten, Music Therapist BA, Supervisor
  • Klas Blomgren, Pediatrician, Professor Karolinska Institutet

15.15-15.45

Music therapy and music-centered care in for older persons – evidence and experiences.

  • Katarina Lindblad, Music Therapist MA, and PhD student in musicology at Örebro University
  • Lis Jacobsson, Music Therapist BA, supervisor, project leader in elderly care services, City of Sundbyberg
  • Staffan Josephsson, Professor of Occupational Therapy at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet

15.45-16.10

Questions and discussions with Ann-Sofie Paulander and Lena Uggla.

  • Ann-Sofie Paulander, PhD in Music Education, Music Therapist MA, Senior Lecturer in Music Therapy, Royal College of Music in Stockholm
  • Lena Uggla PhD in Medical Science, Music Therapist, GIM therapist, Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital

16.10-16.20

What is MusikBojen?

  • Claire Rosvall, founder

16.20-16.30

Closing.

  • Music performed by students from Royal College of Music in Stockholm

Background

This is the fourth Music Therapy Symposium. Initiator is Olu-Birgit Jeppssons Fund at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music. The fund has representatives from KI, KMH and KMA, and the responsibility for the event alters between the three institutions.

Symposium project manager: Pia Bygdéus, KMA

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