Pansch

Pansch

(pahnsh),
Adolf, German anatomist, 1841-1887. See: Pansch fissure.
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The inclusion of music therapy in complementing this treatment team has been increasingly accepted and progressively embraced in recent years in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Europe, and New Zealand (Aldridge, 1987,2003; Brooks & O'Rourke, 2002; Croxson & Krout, 2002; Haghighi & Pansch, 2000; Hilliard, 1995,2001,2003; Hogan, 2002; Krout, 2000, 2001,2002,2003; Lucchese & Krout, 2000; Mandel, 1993; O'Callaghan, 2003; O'Kelly, 2002; Porchet-Munro, 1998).
Haghighi and Pansch (2000) described the role of the music therapist in a combined hands-on team approach to hospice care which, to me, points beyond interdisciplinary and towards synerdisciplinary, again as the energizing medium of music is shared and interacted with by patients and staff in the same space at the same time.