The PAMI-project is carried out by Professor Hanne Mette Ochsner Ridder, postdoc Orii McDermott, PhD fellow Julie Kolbe Krøier and PhD fellow Jens Anderson-Ingstrup 2015-2022 and is linked to two Danish projects; one by Ottesen and one by Holck, and a PhD project in the UK by Waters. In addition, the project relates to the ongoing work on the Music in Dementia Assessment Scales (MiDAS).
Ottesen, Aase Marie (2020). Online manual on singing and music as a communicative intervention in rehabilitation for persons with dementia: "Sang og musik som kommunikativ interventionsform i rehabiliteringsindsatsen overfor personer med en demenssygdom".
Aalborg University. Funded by the Velux Foundation.
Holck, Ulla (2020). Micro-analyses of communicative musicality in a study about person attuned singing. “Personafstemt sang i demensomsorgen: Mikroanalyser af kommunikativ musikalitet”.
Aalborg University, Department of Communication and Psychology.
Waters, Bryony: PhD study supervised by Dr. Orii McDermott and Dr. Martin Orrell: “Person Attuned Musical Interactions (PAMI) in Dementia Manual UK version”.
The University of Nottingham. Funded by the Music Therapy Charity.
The PAMI manual is formed by a number of original research studies and literature reviews, whereof several are still in progress.
For the full list of publications, see here
For more information about research in music as a psychosocial method in dementia care (in Danish), see Musik og Demens
ABOUT THE PROJECTS
Waters (2021): PAMI UK version