A experiência estética musical de pacientes com diagnósticos e doenças potencialmente fatais

Thassia Nathália Petrillo, Thais Guilherme Martini

Resumo


Diagnósticos de doenças potencialmente fatais são obstáculos que demandam uma quantidade vasta de abordagens para melhor tratar o paciente, e a intervenção musical pode ser uma ferramenta útil nesse processo. Pacientes que recebem a notícia dos seus diagnósticos vivem a experiência musical de formas variadas, seja com a intenção de manter suas identidades, suportar o tratamento, perseverar na sobrevivência e outras questões que surgem com a informação. Além disso, a maneira como interagem com a música é muito diversa, encontrando novas interpretações para composições já conhecidas ou mesmo abandonando suas histórias musicais e convergindo a gêneros completamente diferentes. Reconhecer os padrões e colocar em prática as intervenções que cabem a cada paciente pode ser uma ferramenta efetiva para as aflições por eles relatadas.


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Música; Cuidados Paliativos; Estética

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