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  • Dingle, Genevieve A.; Clift, Stephen; Finn, Saoirse; Gilbert, Rebekah; Groarke, Jenny M.; Irons, J. Yoon; Bartoli, Alice Jones; Lamont, Alexandra; Launay, Jacques; Martin, Eleanor S.; Moss, Hilary; Sanfilippo, Katie Rose; Shipton, Matthew; Stewart, Lauren; Talbot, Samantha; Tarrant, Mark; Tip, Liesbeth; Williams, Elyse J. (SAGE Publications, 2019)
    Research on choirs and other forms of group singing has been conducted for several decades and there has been a recent focus on the potential health and well-being benefits, particularly in amateur singers. Experimental, ...
  • Moss, Hilary; McLoughlin, Lisa; O'Donoghue, Jessica (2018)
    The aim of this research was to create a best practice model of dance and health continuing professional development (CPD); to create a dynamic, interdisciplinary course of study for dancers who are engaged in facilitating ...
  • Moss, Hilary; Lynch, Julie; O'Donoghue, Jessica (SAGE Publications, 2018)
    Aim: This mixed-methods exploratory study investigates the perceived health benefits of singing in a choir from an international sample of choristers. Method: An online questionnaire including demographic information, ...
  • Moss, Hilary (Taylor and Francis, 2018)
    This article explores the spiritual aspects of making music, with reference to music therapy practice and theory. The research questions addressed in this article are: (1) Does singing in a choir have spiritual health ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Donoghue, Jessica (University of Limerick, 2018)
    This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the presence of wellbeing and health benefits of attending a workplace choir for Health Service Staff. Particularly, work engagement, stress and resilience levels, and ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Donoghue, Jessica; Lynch, Julie (Irish Wolrld Academy of Music and Dance, 2017)
    .A growing interest in the impact of singing on health and well-being has seen a dramatic increase in the number of research projects in this area in recent years. A growing body of evidence attests to the various health ...

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