Beneficios obtenidos de la intervención musical en pacientes con Alzheimer

The benefits from musical intervention in Alzheimer´s patients

  • Rosa María Vacas Sánchez-Cañete Universidad de Jaén (Jaén, España)
  • Luisa María Rus Valero Universidad de Jaén (Jaén, España)
  • María de la Cabeza Molina Castillo Universidad de Jaén (Jaén, España)
Palabras clave: Demecia, Alzheimer, Terapias complementarias, Musicoterapia, Enfermería
Key-words: Dementia, Alzheimer, Complementary therapies, Music therapy, Nursing

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Vacas Sánchez-Cañete, Rosa María; Rus Valero, Luisa María; Molina Castillo, María de la Cabeza. Beneficios obtenidos de la intervención musical en pacientes con Alzheimer. Presencia. 2019; 15. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/p/e11997 [acceso: 15/12/2019]
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