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Helen Shoemark

Senior Clinician

Royal Children's Hospital

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Royal Children's Hospital

Flemington Road

Parkville, Victoria,3052

Australia

Company Description

The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) has been providing outstanding care for Victoria's children and their families for over 140 years. We are the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria and our care extends to children from Tasmania, southern New So...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professsor

Temple University


Adjunct Professor

The University of Queensland


Affiliations

Australian Music Association

National President


The University of Melbourne

Honorary Senior Fellow


Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

Research Fellow


Melbourne Children

Senior Music Therapist for Neonatology and A Career Development Fellow


Education

MME PhD


PhD

National Music Therapy Research Institute at the University of Melbourne


doctorate

Faculty


Web References(64 Total References)


Academic Board

chennaimusictherapy.org [cached]

Dr.Helen Shoemark
PhD RMT, is a music therapy clinician, researcher and educator. She is currently a research fellow at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne Australia, and a senior clinician at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne. Her area of clinical practice and research expertise is Newborn Music Therapy. Appointed as Adjunct Professor by the University of Queensland, she teaches research methods and supervises theses. As an Honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne, she is acknowledged as an excellent clinical researcher. She has published more than 30 articles and book chapters. She is the Associate Editor of the Australian Music Therapy Journal and on the editorial board of the Journal of Music Therapy. Helen is a past national president of the Australian Music Therapy Association.


www.mcri.edu.au

Helen Shoemark - Research Officer


babyheartsongs.com

The researcher who had the task of singing and interacting with the sick infants was Helen Shoemark, a Senior Music Therapist at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital and an honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.


AJMT fulltext archive | Australian Music Therapy Association

www.austmta.org.au [cached]

Helen Shoemark, MME RMT Senior Music Therapist- Neonate and Infant Program, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Trish Dearn, BMus Grad.Dip.
MT RMT Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne Keeping Parents at the Centre of Family Centred Music Therapy with Hospitalised Infants. Barbara ... Continue reading →


Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia - News Archive 2008

www.nordoff-robbins.com.au [cached]

Dr Helen Shoemark, senior music therapist for the neonate and infant program at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, said the study, completed in 2005, showed music therapy was an affordable, effective investment.
During the study, run by the hospital with the University of Western Sydney, 10 sick babies were sung to three times a week over four weeks by Shoemark and their parents. The babies, many of whom were attached to hospital machinery, were not held while they were sung to. Another 10 babies at the same hospital matched on a severity of illness and age and weight scale were not sung to. The results were then compared to a group of 20 healthy babies at another hospital. "The babies who did get the singing improved and started to come up to meet healthy prenatal criteria," Shoemark said.


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