Use music to manage depression and stress
March 10, 2018, Borneo Post Online

KUCHING: Malaysian Society for Music and Medicine (MSMM) is embarking on a mission to use the tool of the century – music – to help individuals suffering from depression and to manage stress. Parents of special needs children can use therapeutic music to help them learn and function. Speakers from the United States and Malaysia will speak to youths and people with mental health problems on March 11 and 12 at the Islamic Information Centre (IIC).

Use music to manage depression and stress

Understanding the listening habits of Malaysians on Spotify
March 24, 2017, MARKETING Magazine MY

“During the session they also shared the study the brand conducted together with Mr. James Yeow, Deputy President of the Malaysian Society for Music in Medicine (MSMM) and Senior Lecturer at HELP University Psychology Department, to better understand the timings and music choices by Malaysian users on Spotify.”

Understanding the listening habits of Malaysians on Spotify

The Spotify Q&A Session with Sunita Kaur
March 25, 2017, TechArp

“Sunita also shared that Mr. James Yeow, Deputy President of the Malaysian Society for Music in Medicine (MSMM) and Senior Lecturer at HELP University Psychology Department, helped Spotify in creating specific playlists for different times of the day”

The Spotify Q&A Session With Sunita Kaur

Let Thy Music Be Thy Medicine
November 14, 2012, The Bodhi Circle

“Last weekend, I attended a talk held at a local hospice on the use of music as a complementary medicine. The speaker, Dr Sharon Chong, is a pretty medical doctor and accomplished musician. She has combined her medical knowledge and passion for music to spearhead the development of music as a therapy in Malaysia. To this end, she has set up the Malaysian Society for Music Medicine and she is the Proterm President.”

http://bodhicircle.blogspot.my/2012/11/let-music-be-thy-medicine.html

 

 

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