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  • Moss, Hilary (Verlag: Hippocampus, 2005)
    The author was employed to evaluate the potential for music therapy in an elderly rehabilitation and continuing care service. She was required to review current service provision, provide recommendations for a future ...
  • Moss, Hilary (Arts Council, 2007)
    A consortium involving The Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Incorporating the National Children’s Hospital (AMNCH), Create and Institute of Art Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire (IADT) were commissioned by the Arts Council ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Neill, Desmond (Wiley and Sons, 2014)
    Aim To describe the aesthetic and cultural pursuits of older patients in hospital. Background Although there is much discussion of the importance of arts1 in health, little is known about the salience of aesthetic and ...
  • O'Connell, Clare; Cassidy, Aoife; O'Neill, Desmond; Moss, Hilary (Elsevier, 2013)
    GOAL: There has been an increasing interest in the arts in healthcare, with a suggestion that the arts and aesthetics can augment patient outcomes in stroke and other illnesses. Designing such programmes requires better ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Neill, Desmond (Elsevier, 2014)
    There are some very striking examples of the major therapeutic benefit of engaging with art in the illnesses of great artists, from the therapeutic narrative of van Gogh’s paintings in the asylum at St Remy de Provence to ...
  • Moss, Hilary (Taylor and Francis, 2012)
    A slew of well-deserved Oscars has further enhanced the reputation of the excellent film, The King’s Speech, For those working in healthcare, there are added attractions to this movie which make it a useful addition to ...
  • Moss, Hilary; Nolan, E; O'Neill, Desmond (Irish Medical Organisation, 2007)
    From 2005 to 2006 a professional orchestra (the Irish Chamber Orchestra) performed in a university teaching hospital with the aims of bringing live music to patients who could not access traditional concert venues and of ...
  • Moss, Hilary; Donnellan, Claire; O'Neill, Desmond (2012)
    Although the importance of the arts in healthcare is increasingly recognised, further research is needed to investigate the mechanisms by which arts and health programmes achieve their impact. An overview of the qualitative ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Neill, Desmond (Irish Medical Organisation, 2012)
    Despite increasing interest in incorporating Medical Humanities in undergraduate medical education, the discipline often suffers from a lack of clear definition in terms of scope, purpose and clinician engagement 1, and ...
  • Khan, Waqas Ullah; Mohamad Onn Yap, Irin Arina; O'Neill, Desmond; Moss, Hilary (BMJ Publishing Group, 2015)
    Purpose of study To investigate the perceptions of healthcare providers on music therapy and their recommendations on wider adoption in a hospital setting. Design and methods A qualitative exploratory study employing ...
  • O'Neill, Aimee; Moss, Hilary (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
    This paper describes a community art therapy group for people living with chronic pain. Nine adults were offered 12 weekly group art therapy sessions that included art therapy activities such as guided imagery focusing ...
  • Kilcommins, Shane; Moffett, Luke (Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group, 2015)
    Introduction Concern for crime victims has been a growing political issue in improving the legitimacy and success of the criminal justice system through the rhetoric of rights. Since the 1970s there have been numerous ...
  • O'Connor, Pat (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
    This article is concerned with men and women's experience of elite positions and with the extent to which such positions are seen as places for women, so as to provide an insight into their commitment to continuing in them. ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; O'Hagan, Clare (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
    This article is concerned with the macro-cultural ideal or institutional myth of excellence as defined and used in the evaluation of academic staff as part of an institutional logic. Such logics ‘prescribe what constitutes ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland, Ltd, 2016)
    Protection against retrials for the same criminal offence is a fundamental principle of criminal justice and procedure in legal systems concerned with securing due process of law. The ancient common law prohibition on ...
  • Marcus-Quinn, Ann; Diggins, Yvonne (Elsevier, 2013)
    This paper focuses on the significant developments in the area of open education, in particular the role that Open Educational Repositories (OER) can play in higher education, teaching, learning and scholarship. The ...
  • Farr, Fiona; Murray, Liam (Universitat Politècnica de València, 2016)
    In an Irish national setting, the urgent need to address the national language skills' shortage has been highlighted in numerous arenas, and in the context of the need for a continued economic recovery, language skills ...
  • Mazza, Roberto (Berghahn, 2015)
    Led by General Allenby, British troops entered Jerusalem in December 1917, ending Ottoman rule and opening a new and crucial era in the history of Jerusalem and Palestine. The history of Jerusalem has traditionally been ...
  • Moxon-Browne, Edward (Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 1989)
    I. INTRODUCCIÓN.~II. PERTENENCIA A LA ETNIA.-IlI. PARTIDOS POLÍTIcos.- IV. ETNIA Y PERIFERIA.-V. VIOLENCIA POLÍTICA.-VI. EL ENTORNO EXTERIOR,-VII. CONCLUSIONES: 1. Largos períodos de politica represiva instigada por el ...
  • Shanahan, Joanne; Ní Bhriain, Orfhlaith M.; Morris, Meg E; Volpe, Daniele; Clifford, Amanda M (2016)
    This booklet, version 1 (2016), was created to provide a rich source of information to support set dancing teachers who teach people with Parkinson’s disease. It was developed for use by set dancing teachers. It is ...

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