gerardb 1,080 Views
Joined: Jan 2, '13;
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Sure. I will set my goals high, but as elkpark said not many jobs combine nursing with music and as you said music therapy is the only practical way but then as music therapist I won't be able to work as a nurse, besides not many jobs probably in music therapy.
You mean holistic in the sense of non pharmaceutical mean of healing related to musical therapeutic means? can a holistic nursing degree give me a PhD in holistic music therapy?
That's great. Where can I do a graduate degree with such musical therapeutic functions applied to nursing? In which universities? DO you know any program?
Thanks. yes. I have heard of music therapy but it cannot be combined to the nursing career and it is a separate discipline by itself. I was thinking if one could a do master's in nursing with a music concentration and how music can affect or be combined to nursing care. So what made you switch to nursing and why do you think many musicians go to nursing? Is it becasue of a lack of prospects in music?
I am a musician and have a master's degree in music education and piano from Prague CZ. I also have another master's degree in fine arts/archaeology. I have taught for 9 years but I always had issues of what they claimed to be "classroom management. So I decided to change career and now I am studying nursing. I want to know if there is a way to combine my knowledge of music into the nursing and be successful and make myself an advanced career through it. Any idea?
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