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Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus Featured in Philadelphia Inquirer and Becker’s Hospital Review Articles on Pennsylvania Hospitals/Health Systems Selected for Music Therapy Program Supporting Frontline Workers

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Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus is one of five hospitals and health systems in Pennsylvania selected to participate in a new program that uses music therapy to support the resiliency and well-being of health care workers. The statewide initiative is made possible through an innovative partnership between the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA). Participating hospitals design programs to support frontline workers who are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therapists at TUH-Episcopal Campus will develop two series of classes in February and April for staff who work in the Emergency Department and Crisis Response Center. The Philadelphia Inquirer featured insight from Maegan Tomasello, MMT, MT-BC, and Lindsy Burns, MT-BC, CCTS-I, Behavioral Health Therapists at TUH-Episcopal Campus, in its article about the program. Zein Hassanein, MA, MT-BC, Behavioral Health Therapist at TUH-Episcopal Campus, was also included in the coverage. John G. Robison, Executive Director of TUH-Episcopal Campus, and Victoria Tuman, LSW, CAADC, Supervisor of Behavioral Health Care at TUH-Episcopal Campus, were also interviewed for the article. TUH-Episcopal’s selection for the program was also featured in a Becker’s Hospital Review article.