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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, ...
  • Cahalan, Róisin Máire; O'Sullivan, Kieran; Redding, Emma; Quin, Edel; Ni Bhriain, Orfhlaith; O'Sullivan, Peter B.; Challis, Jasmine (University of Limerick, 2020)
    Irish dance is amongst Ireland’s most successful cultural exports, with current figures showing over 10,000 qualified Irish dancing teachers operating in thousands of schools in over 30 countries internationally1 . The ...
  • Moss, Hilary; McLoughlin, Lisa; O'Donoghue, Jessica Margaret (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 Margaret (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 Margaret (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 Margaret; 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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