Article on Music and Wellbeing

To coincide with BBC Wales Music Day, Liz Coombs, Senior Lecturer in Creative and Therapeutic Arts  in the School of Education has an article published today as part of the Government’s consultation on measuring the nation’s wellbeing. The article focuses on the role that music can play, both in therapeutic terms and more generally, in increasing wellbeing levels. The full article can be found on the website of the Office for National Statistics.  The website more generally is also well worth a look as it is being used to feed in to the process of developing a measure for wellbeing to be rolled out nationwide.

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Originally posted: March 29th, 2011


Categories: Generic Research - in the media, Mind, Mind - in the media






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