The stethoscope and the stave: using music education pedagogies to enhance nursing education

Anita Collins, Rebecca Vanderheide

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Abstract

Not only does music education develop our understanding of music, it develops our general aural perception. The greater our aural perception skills, the more effectively we can use aural information in our daily lives and workplaces. These skills can also lead to a deeper sense of aesthetic knowing and professional artistry. Such a broad developmental outcome means that music education pedagogies could be used in a diverse range of educational and professional learning fields. These concepts served as the basis for a pilot program that used music education pedagogies to enhance a nursing education program
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaking sound waves: Diversity, unity, equity
EditorsElizabeth Mackinlay, David Frost
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
PublisherAustralian Society for Music Education
Pages57 - 60
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)9780980379228
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAustralian Society for Music Education National Conference - Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …

Conference

ConferenceAustralian Society for Music Education National Conference
CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period1/01/11 → …

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Collins, A., & Vanderheide, R. (2011). The stethoscope and the stave: using music education pedagogies to enhance nursing education. In E. Mackinlay, & D. Frost (Eds.), Making sound waves: Diversity, unity, equity (pp. 57 - 60). Melbourne, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education.
Collins, Anita ; Vanderheide, Rebecca. / The stethoscope and the stave: using music education pedagogies to enhance nursing education. Making sound waves: Diversity, unity, equity. editor / Elizabeth Mackinlay ; David Frost. Melbourne, Australia : Australian Society for Music Education, 2011. pp. 57 - 60
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The stethoscope and the stave: using music education pedagogies to enhance nursing education. / Collins, Anita; Vanderheide, Rebecca.

Making sound waves: Diversity, unity, equity. ed. / Elizabeth Mackinlay; David Frost. Melbourne, Australia : Australian Society for Music Education, 2011. p. 57 - 60.

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Collins A, Vanderheide R. The stethoscope and the stave: using music education pedagogies to enhance nursing education. In Mackinlay E, Frost D, editors, Making sound waves: Diversity, unity, equity. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Society for Music Education. 2011. p. 57 - 60