Music making

Impact on crime
Evidence quality 1
Effect
How it works
cog full Evidence quality 2
Mechanism
Where it works
where full Evidence quality 1
Moderator
How to do it
what full Evidence quality 3
Implementation
What it costs
cost empty Evidence quality 0
Economic cost

What is the focus of the intervention?

EFFECT

How effective is it?

How strong is the evidence?

MECHANISM

How does it work?

MODERATORS

In which contexts does it work best?

IMPLEMENTATION

What can be said about implementing this initiative?

ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS

How much might it cost?

General considerations

Summary

Ratings for Individual Reviews

Review 1

How it works
cog full Evidence quality 2
Mechanism
Where it works
where full Evidence quality 1
Moderator
How to do it
what full Evidence quality 3
Implementation
What it costs
cost empty Evidence quality 0
Economic cost

Resources

​Daykin, N., De Viggiani, N., Pilkington, P. and Moriarty, Y. (2012). Music making for health, well-being and behaviour change in youth justice settings: a systematic review. Health Promotion International. Vol 28(2). doi:10.1093/heapro/das005​

 

This narrative was prepared by UCL Jill Dando Institute and was co-funded by the College of Policing and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).  ESRC Grant title: 'University Consortium for Evidence-Based Crime Reduction'. Grant Ref: ES/L007223/1.

Uploaded on 19/02/15

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