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    Title: 長照機構失智症者的音樂治療成效: 系統性回顧
    Authors: 林昱成
    Contributors: 健康產業管理學系長期照護組碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 音樂治療、失智症、護理之家、music therapy、dementia、Nursing home
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2018-08-21 10:46:05 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 背 景
    目 的
    方 法
    收集2000年至 2018年發表於PubMed、 CEPS 及其他資源,關鍵字使用失智、音樂治療或音樂輔療(music therapy )、失智症( dementia )及護理之家,共369篇,篩選及去除不符合資格或重複之研究,最後篩選出 16篇音樂治療之臨床實驗性研究,進行文章系統回顧。
    結 果
    Music therapy has been used in treating dementia for many years, however, there is no standard protocol for music therapy. Few studies focused on what kind of music therapy is suitable for different dementia patients.

    This study used systematic review to analyze the efficacy in using music therapy for elderly people with dementia living in nursing homes.

    In this systematic literature reviewed of PubMed, CEPS and other recourses between 2000 and 2018. Keywords include dementia、music therapy and nursing home . In total of 369 articles were found. Studies were screened for inclusion criteria, and exclusion non-Chinese or English languages. Sixteen studies on the correlation between music therapy and experimental clinical studies in older people were selected.

    Using music therapy in treating elderly with dementia has significant efficacy at the long-term elderly institutions. However, the research findings present that the different level of dementia patients may experience different outcome after music therapy. In the systematic review, most music therapy can be designed as individualized, familiar, and diverse. Patients with severe dementia need to be re-evaluated for attending music therapy, this is because that symptoms of dementia may be worsen after attending music therapy group.
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