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Symposium Rigshospitalet september 2018
Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen - Auditorium 1 - 27.09. 2018

Niels Eje was invited as keynote speaker at the Cardiological Nursing Symposium, with the participation of nurses from the Capital Region of Copenhagen and Region Zealand. Here, the latest research results were presented using his special composed MusiCure programs.
Award MusiCure April 2018

21 April 2018

Danish Health and Science Award
Invited by entrepreneur and Editor of magazine Sund-Forskning (Healthy Research), Marianne Palm, Inge and I participated today in the magazine's trade fair “Danish Health and Science Award" at DOCKEN in Copenhagen, and received a special award as the year's Bridge-builders for the creation of MusiCure. We are very proud because of the reasons for the award, which says "a prize for someone who makes a difference for ill and hospitalized people and who is also building bridges between different disciplines for the benefit of health.” A big thank you to Marianne and the team behind Healthy Research!

News & Media

News about MusiCure and the research, and selected press material.

MusiCure presented at the NAMI National Convention in Washington D.C. by Scandic Health - June 2017
Scandic Health

2016 New Publication in The European Respiratory Journal

Positive effect of MusiCure on patients undergoing bronchochoscopy - A randomized controlled trial  Link to Abstract

August 13. 2015 

THE LANCET - often described as one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world - has August 13. 2015 published a new review article focusing on how music can help patients reduce pain and anxiety during the postoperative period. The article "Music as an aid for postoperative recovery in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis" provides an interesting overview and insight into how music can improve recovery after surgical procedures.
The authors: Jenny Hole, Martin Hirsch, Elizabeth Ball, Catherine Meads has out of 4261 scientific studies chosen 72 previously published research projects describing randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of adult patients undergoing surgical procedures. They included selected RCTs in which any form of music initiated before, during, or after surgery was compared with standard care or other non-drug interventions.
Among the 72 chosen articles for review are 5 describing research with MusiCure, including articles by Nilsson, Fredriksson, Weeks, Gravesen and Sommer, previously published in European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Journal of Clinical Nursing, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, Heart & Lung – The journal of Acute and Critical Care and Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavia. Among the findings in this article are evidence showing that music could reduce postoperative pain, anxiety and increase patient satisfaction - read the complete article here.
The Lancet publishes original research articles, review articles ("seminars" and "reviews"), editorials, book reviews, correspondence, as well as news features and case reports. The Lancet has been owned by Elsevier since 1991 and the journal has editorial offices in London, New York, and Beijing.