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Wendy Magee

Departments:

Music Therapy

 

    • B.M.: Music Therapy, University of Melbourne, Australia
      Ph.D.: Music, University of Sheffield, UK
      Postgraduate Diploma: Harpsichord Performance, Royal College of Music, London

      As an undergraduate student, Dr Magee developed a passion for working in adult neurology, which has continued througout her academic career. In 1990, she began working at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London with adults with acquired and complex neuro-disabilities. With over 20 years experience working in neurology, she has developed extensive specialist clinical skills in this area and has pursued a range of research with adults with neurological conditions including traumatic brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington’s Disease, low awareness states, and Locked-in Syndrome. Dr. Magee is widely published in peer-reviewed music therapy, interdisciplinary and rehabilitation journals with a number of research topics and has an extensive international teaching and conference portfolio. She has published 25 articles in international refereed journals; 15 book chapters in edited volumes; and over 45 refereed conference presentations

      She is a Fellow in Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) and brought the first International Training Institute for NMT to Europe in 2009, gaining funding grants from competitive sources to establish a bursary scheme which enabled international delegates from geographically and economically disadvantaged regions of the world to attend. Awarded a Leverhulme Trust Study Abroad Fellowship in 2009, she undertook an international study into the applications of music technology in health and educational contexts in the USA, based at Berklee College of Music in Boston. This fellowship culminated in hosting an international interdisciplinary conference in London in 2010 and a forthcoming edited book on Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings in 2013.

      Dr. Magee currently serves on the editorial boards of The Journal of Music Therapy and Music Therapy Perspectives, with previous positions held with the Australian Journal of Music Therapy (Associate Editor) and the British Journal of Music Therapy. She is a past Chair of the British Society for Music Therapy (2006 – 2010) during which time the BSMT transformed to the new organization of the British Association for Music Therapy. She has represented the Association of Professional Music Therapists in the UK for many years as an advisor on several governmental strategic working parties and multi-professional bodies. She is presently a member of the Commission of Research and Ethics for the World Federation of Music Therapy.

      Her current research and theoretical interests include:
      (1) Developing the evidence base for Music Therapy practice in neurology and rehabilitation, including developing and testing treatment methods and measurement tools, and within interdisciplinary practice
      (2) Advancing the clinical application of new and emerging electronic music technologies in Music Therapy, including brain-computer interfacing and assistive technologies for music-making
      (3) Furthering understanding of Queer identity issues in modern health contexts: gender, sexuality and fertility in the 21st century

    • Books

      Magee, W.L. (Ed.). (2013). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

      Magee, W.L., Lenton-Smith, G., & Daveson, B. (2015). Music Therapy Assessment For Awareness In Disorders Of Consciousness (MATADOC): Assessment Manual and Instructions For Use (2nd edition). Philadelphia, PA: W.L. Magee.

      Magee, W.L., Lenton-Smith, G., & Daveson, B. (2014). Herramienta de Musicoterapia para la Evaluación de la Conciencia en Trastornos de la Conciencia. [Music Therapy Assessment Tool For Awareness In Disorders Of Consciousness (MATADOC): Assessment Manual and Instructions For Use. London: Royal Hospital For Neuro-Disability]. Philadelphia, PA: W.L. Magee. (Original English work published 2012).

      Magee, W.L., Lenton-Smith, G., & Daveson, B. (2012). Music Therapy Assessment For Awareness In Disorders Of Consciousness (MATADOC): Assessment Manual and Instructions For Use. London: Royal Hospital For Neuro-Disability

      Peer Reviewed Journals

      Magee, W.L., Ghetti, C. & Moyer, A. (2015). Feasibility of the music therapy assessment tool for awareness in disorders of consciousness (MATADOC) for use with pediatric populations. Frontiers of Psychology, 6, 698.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00698

      Magee, W.L., & Stewart, L. (2015). The challenges and benefits of a genuine partnership between Music Therapy and Neuroscience: A dialog between scientist and therapist. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, 9:223. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00223

      Magee, W.L. & O'Kelly, J. (2015). Music therapy with disorders of consciousness: current evidence and emergent evidence-based practice. The New York Academy of Sciences, 1337, 256-262. doi: 10.1111/nyas.12633

      Magee, W. L. (2014). Interdisciplinary care of patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness: the role for music therapy. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Nursing, 17(3), 16-21.

      Magee, W.L., Siegert, R.J., Lenton-Smith, G; Daveson, B.A., & Taylor, S.M. (2014). Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness (MATADOC): Standardisation of the principal subscale to assess awareness in patients with disorders of consciousness. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 24 (1), 101-124.

      O'Kelly, J., Magee, W.L., Street, A., Fachner, J., Drake, A., Särkämö, T., Mette Ridder, H., Jungblut, M., Melhuish, R., Taylor, D.B. (2014). Music Therapy Advances in Neuro-disability: Innovations in Research and Practice: Summary report on a two day International ConferenceVoices: A World Forum For Music Therapy, 14(1). Retrieved from https://voices.no/index.php/voices/article/view/742/637

      Burland, K. & Magee, W.L. (2014) Developing identities using music technology in therapeutic settings. Psychology of Music, 42 (2), 177-189.

      O’Kelly, J. James, L., Palaniappan, R., Taborin, J., & Fachner, J., & Magee, W.L. (2013). Neurophysiological and behavioural responses to music therapy in vegetative and minimally conscious states. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:884. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00884

      Magee, W.L., Baker, F., Daveson, B., Hitchen, Kennelly, J., Leung, M., Tamplin, J. (2011). Music Therapy Methods with Children, Adolescents and Adults with Severe Neurobehavioural Disorders. Music Therapy Perspectives, 29(1), 5-13.

      Magee, W.L., Bertolami, M., Kubicek, L., LaJoie, M., Martino, L., Sankowski, A., Townsend, J., Whitehead-Pleaux, A. & Zigo, J. (2011). Using music technology in music therapy with populations across the life span in medical and educational programs. Music and Medicine, 3(3),146-153.

      Miranda, E.R., Magee, W.L., Wilson, J., Eaton, J. & Palaniappan, R. (2011). Brain-Computer Music Interfacing: From Basic Research to the Real World of Special Needs. Music and Medicine, 3(3), 134-140.

      Bradt, J., Magee, W.L.,  Dileo, C., Wheeler, B. & McGilloway, E. (2010). Music therapy for acquired brain injury. (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Issue 7. Art. No.: CD006787. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006787.pub2. Impact Factor: 4.654

      Ansdell, G., Davidson, J., Magee, W., Meehan, J. & Proctor, S. (2010). From “This F***king Life” to “That’s Better”… in Four Minutes: An interdisciplinary exploration of music therapy and affect modulation. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 19(1). 3-28.

      Hitchen, H, Magee, W.L. & Soeterik, S. (2010). Music therapy in the treatment of patients with neuro-behavioural disorders stemming from acquired brain injury. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 19(1). 63-78.

      Magee, W.L. & Baker, M. (2009). The Use of Music Therapy in Neuro-Rehabilitation of People with Acquired Brain Injury. British Journal of Neuroscience
      Nursing
      , 5(4), 150-156.

      Magee, W.L. & Bowen, C. (2008). Using Music in Leisure to Enhance Social Relationships With Patients With Complex Disabilities. NeuroRehabilitation, 23(4), 305-311.

      Magee, W.L. & Burland, K. (2008). An exploratory study of the use of electronic music technologies in clinical music therapy. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 17(2),124-141.

      Magee, W.L. & Burland, K. (2008). Using electronic music technologies in clinical practice: opportunities, limitations and clinical indicators. British Journal of Music Therapy, 22(1), 3-15.

      Daveson, B.A., Magee, W.L., Crewe, L., Beaumont, G., & Kenealy, P. (2007). The Music therapy assessment tool for low awareness states. Int. Jnl of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 14(2), 545-9.

      Magee, W.L. (2007). Development of a music therapy assessment tool for patients in low awareness states. NeuroRehabilitation, 22(4), 319-324.

      Magee, W.L. (2007). Music as a diagnostic tool in low awareness states: Considering limbic responses. Brain Injury, 21(6), 593-599.

      Magee, W.L. (2007). A comparison between the use of songs and improvisation in music therapy with adults living with acquired and chronic illness. Aust. Jnl of Music Therapy, 18, 20-38

      Magee, W.L. & Andrews, K. (2007). Multi-disciplinary perceptions of music therapy in complex neuro-rehabilitation. Int. Jnl of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 14(2), 70-75.

      Magee, W.L. (2006). Electronic technologies in clinical music therapy: a survey of practice and attitudes. Technology and Disability, 18(3), 139-146.

      Magee, W.L., Brumfitt, S.M., Freeman, M. & Davidson, J.W. (2006).
      The role of music therapy in an interdisciplinary approach to address functional communication in complex neuro-communication disorders: a case report. Disability and Rehabilitation, 28(19), 1221-1229.

      Magee, W.L (2005). Music therapy with patients in low awareness states: assessment and treatment approaches in multidisciplinary care. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 15(3-4), 522-536. Impact factor 1.212

      Magee, W.L., & Davidson, J.W. (2004). Singing In Therapy: Monitoring Disease Process In Chronic Degenerative Illness. Brit Jnl of Music Therapy, 18(2), 65-77.

      Magee, W.L., & Davidson, J.W. (2004). Music Therapy In Multiple Sclerosis: Results Of A Systematic Qualitative Analysis. Music Therapy Perspectives, 22(1), 39-51.

      Magee, W.L., & Davidson, J.W. (2002). The Effect Of Music Therapy On Mood States In Neurological Patients – A Pilot Study. Jnl of Music Therapy, 39(1), 20-29.

      Davis, G. & Magee, W. (2001). Clinical improvisation within Neurological Disease: exploring the effect of structured clinical improvisation on the expressive and interactive responses of a patient with Huntington’s Disease. Brit. Jnl of Music Therapy, 15 (2), 51-60.

      Magee, W. (1999). Music Therapy Within Brain Injury Rehabilitation: To What Extent Is Our Clinical Practice Influenced By The Search For Outcomes? Music Therapy Perspectives, 17(1), 20-26.

      Magee, W. (1995). Case Studies in Huntington’s Disease: Music Therapy Assessment and Treatment in the Early to Advanced Stages. Brit. Jnl of Music Therapy. 9(2), 13-19.

      Peer Review Conference Presentations
      Magee, W.L., Siegert, R.J., Lenton-Smith, G; Daveson, B.A. (2012). The music therapy assessment tool for low awareness states (MATLAS): report of a reliability and factor analysis study. In O. Brabant, K. Johansson & J. Fachner (Eds.), Programme and Abstracts, 7th Nordic Music Therapy Congress, Music Therapy Models, Methods and Techniques, Jyväskylä, Finland, June 13-17, (p. 51). Jyväskylä, Finland: University Press, University of Jyväskylä.

      Book chapters

      Magee, W.L.
      (2013). Music therapy methods for people with long-term neurological conditions. In J. Allen & K. Bruscia (Eds.). Guidelines for Music Therapy Practice:  Adult Medical Patients, (pp. 201-236). Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers.

      Magee, W.L. (2013). Indications and contra-indications for using music technology with clinical populations: when to use and when not to use. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings, (pp.83-107). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Magee, W.L. (2013). Models for collaborations when using music technology in music therapy. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings, (pp. 361-386). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Magee, W.L. (2013). Preface. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings, (pp. 17-22). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Magee, W.L. & Wimberley, D. (2013). Gender-technology relations in the training and practice of music technology in therapeutic settings. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings, (pp. 311-326). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Bache, J., Derwent, G., Magee, W.L. (2013). An introduction to using assistive devices in music therapy. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings, (pp. 63-82). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Burland, K. & Magee, W.L. (2013). Music technology and identity in therapeutic contexts. In W. L. Magee (Ed.). Music Technology in Therapeutic and Health Settings,(pp. 327-348). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

       

      Magee, W.L. (2008). Collaborative team working with adults with neuro-disabilities. In K. Twyford & T. Watson (Eds.), Integrated Teamworking: Music Therapy as part of Transdisciplinary and Collaborative Approaches, (pp. 154-176). London: Jessica Kingsley Pub.

      Magee, W.L. (2007). Focusing on outcomes: Undertaking the music therapy research journey in medical settings. In J. Edwards (Ed.), Music: Promoting Health and Creating Community in Healthcare Contexts, (pp. 123-135). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

      Magee, W. & Wheeler, B. (2006). Music Therapy for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. In G. Murrey (Ed.), Alternative Therapies in the Treatment of Brain Injury and Neurobehavioural Disorders: A Practical Guide, (pp. 51-74). NY: Haworth Press.

      Schaefer, S., Murrey, M.A., Magee, W. & Wheeler, B. (2006). Melodic Intonation Therapy with Brain-Injured Patients. In G. Murrey (Ed.), Alternative Therapies in the Treatment of Brain Injury and Neurobehavioural Disorders: A Practical Guide, (pp. 75-87). NY: Haworth Press.

      Magee, W.L (2005). Music therapy with patients in low awareness states: assessment and treatment approaches in multidisciplinary care. In M. Coleman (Ed.), The Assessment and Rehabilitation of Vegetative and Minimally Conscious Patients, (pp. 522-536). London: Psychology Press.

      Magee, W.L. (2005). Vokalimprovisation zur Förderung nonverbaler Interaktion. In S. Jochims (Ed.), Musiktherapie in der Neurologie / Neurorehabilitation. Erwachsener: Weltweite Konzepte, Forschung und Praxis, (pp. 252-256) . Bad Honnef, Germany: Hippocampus Verlag KG.

      Magee, W.L. (2005). Sprachrehabilitation durch Singtechniken. In S. Jochims (Ed.), Musiktherapie in der Neurologie / Neurorehabilitation. Erwachsener: Weltweite Konzepte, Forschung und Praxis, (pp. 285-291). Bad Honnef, Germany: Hippocampus Verlag KG.

      Magee, W.L. & Davidson, J.W. (2005).
      Beeinflussung der Stimmung durch Musictherapie bei neurologishcen Patienten – Eine Pilotstudie. In S. Jochims (Ed.), Musiktherapie in der Neurologie / Neurorehabilitation. Erwachsener: Weltweite Konzepte, Forschung und Praxis, (pp. 355-363). Bad Honnef, Germany: Hippocampus Verlag KG.

      Magee, W.L. (2005). Angesichts der Progression von Chorea Huntington. In S. Jochims (Ed.), Musiktherapie in der Neurologie / Neurorehabilitation. Erwachsener: Weltweite Konzepte, Forschung und Praxis, (pp. 323-336). Bad Honnef, Germany: Hippocampus Verlag KG.

      Magee, W.L. (2002). Case studies in Huntington's Disease: Music Therapy Assessment and Treatment in the Early to Advanced Stages. In D. Waller (Ed.), Nameless Dread: Arts Therapies and Progressive Illness, (pp. 56-67). London: Routledge.

      Magee, W.L. (2002). Identity in clinical music therapy: shifting self-constructs through the therapeutic process. In R. MacDonald, D.J. Hargreaves, & D. Miell (Eds.), Musical Identities, (pp. 179-197). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

      Magee, W.L. (2000). Getting results: Planning to complete research successfully. In J.G. Robarts (Ed.), Music Therapy Research: Growing Perspectives in Theory and Practice. Vol. 1., (pp. 95-102). London: BSMT Publications.

      Magee, W. (1999). Music Therapy in Chronic Degenerative Illness: Reflecting the Dynamic Sense of Self. In D. Aldridge (Ed.), Music Therapy in Palliative Care, (pp. 82-94). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

      Magee, W. (1999). “Singing my life, playing my self”. Music Therapy in the treatment of chronic neurological illness. In T. Wigram, & J. De Backer (Eds.), Clinical Applications of Music Therapy in Developmental Disability, Pediatrics and Neurology, (pp. 201 – 223). London: Jessica Kingsley Publications.

      Magee, W. (1999). Musiktherapie bei chronisch degenerativen Krankheiten: Eine Wiederspiegelung des dynamischen Selbst. In D. Aldridge (Ed.), Kairos IV, (pp. 62-73). Berne: Huber Verlag.

      Technical, Research and Commissioned Reports
      Magee, W.L., Lenton-Smith, G., & Daveson, B. (2012). Music Therapy Assessment For Awareness In Disorders Of Consciousness (MATADOC): Assessment Manual and Instructions For Use. London: Royal Hospital For Neuro-Disability

      Magee, W.L.  (2007). APMT Position Statement for the Department of Health Stroke Strategy. London: British Association for Music Therapy (formerly The Association of Professional Music Therapists).

      Hitchen, H.C. & Magee, W.L. (2007). A comparison of the effects of verbal de-escalation techniques with music de-escalation techniques on agitation levels in patients with neuro-behavioural disorders. Final report. London: Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability.

      Magee, W.L. & Burland, K. (2006). Exploring the use of electronic music technologies in clinical music therapy: Establishing definitions and scope of practice. Final report. London: Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability.

    • 2010 Music Therapy in Adults with Acquired Brain Injury, The Cochrane Collaboration (podcast)

      BBC Radio 4: Front Row. April. Music Therapy in brain injury rehabilitation

      2009 Interview with Parkinson’s Recovery (Radio and on line) ‘Music Therapy and Parkinson’s’

      2005 ‘Music and Emotion’, 14.04.05, Resonance FM UK (Radio)

      2003 Britain's Top 10 Music Therapists, Independent on Sunday, 01.02.04

      2002 Interview with Dr. Wendy Magee, Life Matters with Geraldine Doogue, 1.10.2002 , Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Radio)
      Interview with Dr. Wendy Magee, Margaret Throsby's Guests, 4.10.2002, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Radio)
      ‘Coma: Locked In’: Blakeway Productions, screened on BBC2 17.12.2002. Extract of Music Therapy assessment session with profoundly brain-injured patient (Television)

      2001 ‘The Awakening’, Health Section, The Guardian, 1.11.2001, 14-15. Interview regarding Music Therapy in the treatment of coma patients

      2000 The development of Associazione Gli Amici Di Luca, Regional News, Bologna, Italy (Television)

      1999 ‘Rhythms to beat those blues’, Life Section, The Express, 25.8.1999. Interview regarding Music Therapy in brain injury rehabilitation

    • Invited Lectures, Meetings, Trainings and Conference Work: 2014 - 2015

      Invited speaker: “Music Interventions for Acquired Brain Injury” Conference “Examining the utility of music interventions in neurological disorders of older people”, Royal Society of Medicine and Live Music Now, Nov 16, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK

      Lead trainer: International Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, London, UK, Nov 3-5, 2015.

      Lead trainer: Summer School in Neurologic Music Therapy: Escuela de Musicoterapia y Técnicas Grupales, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, July, 6-9, 2015.

      Invited panel presenter: Acquired Brain Injury with Comorbidity. In   Proceedings and Symposium Summary: Improving Access and Quality: Music Therapy Research 2025, American Music Therapy Association, Washington DC, July 16-18, 2015.

      Lead trainer: International Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, May 21-23, 2015.

      Invited Public Lecture (sole speaker): Using music as an intervention in pediatric and adult populations with disorders of consciousness. Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, May 20, 2015.

      Invited workshop leader (sole trainer):  Evidence-based practice in Music Therapy for Neurological populations; Applications of Music Technology in Music Therapy. 40th anniversary commemoration, Australian Music Therapy Association, Perth, Western Australia, May 15-16, 2015.

      Invited Public Lecture (sole speaker): Interdisciplinary approaches neuro-rehabilitation: The role for Music Therapy. Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Perth, Western Australia, May 14, 2015.

      Invited trainer: Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: Childrens Hospital of Atlanta, GA, April, 25-27, 2015.

      Invited Lecture: Music Therapy and the MATADOC for pediatric populations with disorders of consciousness. Neuro-rehabilitation Unit, Childrens Hospital of Atlanta, GA, April, 27, 2015.                     

      Invited speaker: “Music Therapy in Neuro-Rehabilitation.” Arts and Quality of Life International Symposium: “Envisioning the Future of Music Therapy”, April 10, 2015, Temple University, PA

      Invited speaker: Music Therapy and Technology. Arts and Quality of Life International Symposium: “Envisioning the Future of Music Therapy”, April 10, 2015, Temple University, PA

      Invited presentation: Music and the brain, music therapy, and music therapy with brain injured populations, Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA, 9 Sept, 2014

      Invited Conference Keynote: Music Therapy with adults and children with complex disabilities from profound brain injury. Music, therapy, education. Practice, education, art. International Scientific Conference, Akademia Muzyczna im. Karola Szymanowskiego w Katowicach, 15-16 July, 2014.            Katowice, Poland.

      Lead trainer: International Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: INECO, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Oct 17-19, 2014.

      Invited trainer: International Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: Tadworth Childrens Trust, Surrey, UK, July 21-23, 2014.

      Invited Conference Keynote: Therapeutic applications of music technologies across the life span: expanding the boundaries of practice and research. Music Therapy, Beyond Borders, Feb 8, 2014. Worldwide on line conference http://onlineconferenceformusictherapy.com

      Lead trainer: International Training for the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness: Escuela de Musicoterapia y Técnicas Grupales, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, March 24-26, 2014.

      Invited Symposium Keynote and trainer: Music Therapy with neurological populations: evidence-based practice. Escuela de Musicoterapia y Técnicas Grupales, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, March 23-24, 2014.

      Peer reviewed Conference Presentations

      Magee, W.L., Siegert, R., Taylor, S., Daveson, B.A., Lenton-Smith, G. (2014). Standardization of the music therapy assessment for awareness in disorders of consciousness (MATADOC). In Programme, 14th World Congress of Music Therapy, Krems, Austria, July 7-14, 2014 (p.42). Krems, Austria: IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems.

      Magee, W.L., Gray, D., Lichtensztejn, M.,  O’Connor, R., & O’Kelly, J. (2014). Music therapy with disorders of consciousness: research innovations to guide best practice. In Programme, 14th World Congress of Music Therapy, Krems, Austria, July 7-14, 2014 (p.25). Krems, Austria: IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems.

      Magee, W.L., & O’Connor, R. (2014). Music therapy assessment for awareness with disorders of consciousness (MATADOC): Assessment Protocol (Workshop). In Programme, 14th World Congress of Music Therapy, Krems, Austria, July 7-14, 2014 (p.47). Krems, Austria: IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems.

      Magee, W. L. & O’Kelly, J. (2014). Music Therapy with Disorders of Consciousness: current evidence and emergent evidence-based practice. In Programme, The Neurosciences and Music – V, Dijon, France, May 29 – June 1 (p.11). Milan: Fondazione Pierfranco e Luisa Mariani

      Magee, W.L. (2014). Towards standardizing the MATADOC for pediatric disorders of consciousness: pilot study. Presentation at the American Music Therapy Association Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, Buffalo, NY, April 10-13, 2014.

      Magee, W.L. & Ghetti, C.M. (2014). Workshop on the music therapy assessment for awareness in disorders of consciousness. Presentation at the American Music Therapy Association Mid Atlantic Regional Conference, Buffalo, NY, April 10-13, 2014.

      Magee, W.L. & Ghetti, C. (2014). MATADOC: a new standardized measure for disorders of consciousness. Presentation at Rehabilitation of Child and Adult with Brain Injury, Williamsburg, Virginia, May 1-2, 2014.

      O’Kelly, J., Magee, W.L., James, L., Palaniappan, J., Taborin, J., & Fachner, J.  (2014). Music Therapy with disorders of consciousness: supporting the accurate assessment of awareness (Poster presentation). In Programme, Society for Research in Rehabilitation, Winter Meeting 4th February 2014, London. Sheffield: SRR.