The effect of personal views of care staff on using music in dementia care settings.

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Vella-Burrows, T. 2019. The effect of personal views of care staff on using music in dementia care settings. in: Living Well with Dementia through Music: A Resource Book for Activities Providers and Care. London pp. 236-243
AuthorsVella-Burrows, T.
KeywordsDementia; Music therapy; Staff perceptions; Care homes
Page range236-243
Year2019
Book titleLiving Well with Dementia through Music: A Resource Book for Activities Providers and Care.
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationLondon
EditionFirst edition
ISBN9781785924880
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Print2020
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Deposited16 Jan 2023
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