Dr Hilary Moss from University of Limerick will be guest speaker at University of Oxford’s Faculty of Music Research Colloquia Series on 19 January 2021. Hilary will be discussing her forthcoming book: ‘Music and Creativity in Hospitals and Healthcare Settings: Does Music Matter?’

Location: Online via Zoom
Date: Tuesday 19 January 2021
Time: 5.15 – 7pm
Members of the public should contact Ella Marshall-Shepherd for the link:

Hilary Moss 
Dr Hilary Moss is Senior Lecturer in Music Therapy at the World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick, Ireland and formerly the Director of the National Centre for Arts and Health, Dublin. She completed her PhD in 2014 on aesthetic deprivation and the role of the arts for older people in hospital at Trinity College Dublin School of Medicine under the supervision of Prof Desmond O’Neill. She is a musician and music therapist and has an MBA in Health Service Management. She established the Arts and Health Research Cluster at UL and is a member of the Health Research Institute and the Ageing Research Cluster at University of Limerick. She is on the board of the Irish Humanities Alliance, is country representative on the European Music Therapy Confederation and an editor of Music and Medicine International Journal.


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