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For a sample of some of the research in this field, see the suggested reading below.

 

Each month, we will add a sample of new papers to the list. You can recommend papers by tweeting them @NetworkMARCH

Recommended articles for January 2021:

  1. A systematic review of social group interventions for depression has found they are an effective non-clinical approach to manage mild to moderate symptoms in a variety of populations

  2. A systematic review of creative arts interventions has found that music and art may offer a range of psychosocial benefits for older informal caregivers of people with neurological conditions

  3. Group music making has been shown to support the wellbeing of nursing home residents, offering engagement and novelty in daily life and facilitating interpersonal relationships.

  4. Patient-preferred live music has been found to improve positive affect and decrease pain in adults hospitalised on a post-surgical oncology unit

  5. Ornamental plants introduced to urban residential gardens can have a positive effect on residents’ stress regulation and some aspects of subjective well-being

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