SNHP | Senior Nursing Poster Session

Title

Promoting Infant Self-Stabilization through Music Therapy

Presenter Information

Elizabeth HankinsFollow

Academic Level at Time of Presentation

Senior

Major

Nursing

Minor

N/A

List all Project Mentors & Advisor(s)

Dr. Marcia Hobbs, DNS, RN

Presentation Format

Poster Presentation

Abstract/Description

This project was created as a means to find evidence-based research that could improve the way that nurses practice. The infant population is extremely susceptible to their environment and it is crucial to continually find ways to improve their environment. Roy’s Adaptation Model was used for this very reason, as its focus is how a patient manages to adjust to their environment. Music therapy has been proven to aid an infant on adjusting to life outside of their mother’s womb. This is shown through three different articles, of which address the effects of music therapy on physiologic status, pain response, and breast milk secretion. It is easily implemented and low risk.

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Nursing

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Promoting Infant Self-Stabilization through Music Therapy

This project was created as a means to find evidence-based research that could improve the way that nurses practice. The infant population is extremely susceptible to their environment and it is crucial to continually find ways to improve their environment. Roy’s Adaptation Model was used for this very reason, as its focus is how a patient manages to adjust to their environment. Music therapy has been proven to aid an infant on adjusting to life outside of their mother’s womb. This is shown through three different articles, of which address the effects of music therapy on physiologic status, pain response, and breast milk secretion. It is easily implemented and low risk.