The famous Morcian Hospital is opening a channel on Spotify, one of the most powerful platforms with audio content, with music playlists and health podcasts specially designed to aid in the well-being of its patients. In the context of the World Radio Day, which is celebrated this Sunday, and as part of its project to humanize healthcare, in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the hospital group has opened a profile on this social network, with music distribution lists for patients who want to relax During treatment in hospital or at home, exercising or on the way to a health center for an intervention or diagnostic test.
Experts say that “music is a cure for any time”. Not surprisingly, treatments such as music therapy are performed in many group hospitals. The goal of the Spotify channel is, above all, to facilitate and liven up the stay of patients in the hospital, and those who have to go frequently and for many hours to treatments such as dialysis or chemotherapy, but also to help those who are feeling stressed. Day in and day out, they find it difficult to fall asleep or music motivates them to practice healthy habits such as exercising. The plan is to gradually expand these playlists, collaboratively and with the participation of professionals, to meet the needs of all patient profiles: breastfeeding moms, new dads looking for music to soothe their babies, the moment after surgery or nursery rhymes, among others.
In addition, the first podcast will be launched on Sunday from “A Coffee to your health,” which the health group will publish on this platform on a monthly basis, to address issues of well-being and health in depth, along with hospital professionals and patient associations, among others. The first podcast is devoted to mental health and will talk about what is already known as the “silent epidemic,” while psychologists and experts in the field at various group hospitals offer advice and talk about treatments such as minds that have been well-received to treat anxiety, stress, jealousy, or even sadness or pandemic fatigue. .
With this new audio content tool, the well-known health group wants to offer citizens a music suggestion through its profile and playlists on this social network, to help them at every moment of their life, in hospital or in their homes, also as health advice, voice and opinion of specialists, patients and associations In her podcast, to learn first-hand about current issues related to healthcare and physical and emotional well-being.
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