Dr. Jayne Standley from Florida State University to present at Pediatric Ground Rounds on Wednesday, September 21st.

 Dear NER:

The Music Therapy Association of Vermont is very honored that the University of Vermont Medical Center invited Dr. Jayne Standley from Florida State University to present at Pediatric Ground Rounds on Wednesday, September 21st.  Dr. Standley will be at the hospital all day meeting with various teams to discuss her research and medical music therapy. Here is information about Dr. Standley:
Jayne M. Standley, Ph.D., MT-BC is a Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor at Florida State University with appointments in the Colleges of Music and Medicine. Her research emphases are medical music therapy and MT in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Standley is Director of the National Institute for Infant and Child Medical Music Therapy, a network affiliation of universities and medical centers to promote research and training in NICU-MT. The Institute has trained hundreds of music therapists, neonatologists and neonatal nurses from around the world in the clinical specialty of evidence-based NICU-MT for premature infants. She is widely published in international MT and medical journals. Standley is author of over 30 refereed research articles on Medical MT for premature infants and co-author of the book, Music Therapy for Premature Infants: Research and Developmental Interventions, 2nd ed. She was honored as the first recipient of the World Congress of Music Therapy research award.
Title of Talk and Description: “The Multiple Benefits of Evidence-Based Music Therapy in Pediatric and NICU Care.”

This lecture will provide description of referral-based music therapy in pediatrics for procedural support to reduce pain and trauma, to improve cooperation with procedures and reduce need for sedatives, and to improve counseling and adjustment to medical treatment and illnesses/injuries. NICU music therapy procedures that lead to earlier discharge for premature infants will be discussed, including MT to improve independent oral feeding, MT to enhance neurologic maturation and reduce overstimulation, MT to improve oxygen saturation levels, and MT to promote parent attachment and participation in shaping developmental milestones. Videotaped examples will be shown.
MTVT members invite all interested music therapists to Burlington on Wednesday, September 21st! The lecture will be from 8-9am, and there will be opportunities later in the day to connect with Dr. Standley. For more information, contact Jen DeBedout, MM, MT-BC: musicblooms@gmail.com or 802-310-9793

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