Mechanisms of Active Music Engagement to Improve Health Outcomes of Children With Cancer and Parents
This study investigates behavioral, social, and psychological factors that may explain how an Active Music Engagement (AME) intervention (i.e., an interactive, music-based play intervention) works to manage emotional distress and improve positive health outcomes in parents and young children with cancer during treatment.
The purpose of this study is to identify behavioral, sociological, and psychological variables contributing to positive outcomes observed in previous AME studies and identify for whom the intervention works.
- IRB Number: 1511888386 (IUSCC-0578)
- Research Study Identifier: TX5753
- Principal Investigator: Sheri Robb
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