Effects of Music Therapy on Cancer-related Fatigue, Anxiety, and Depression in Patients With Digestive Tumors: A Protocol for Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
BACKGROUND: Digestive tumor is one of the most common cancers, its symptoms and treatment will bring patients with anxiety, depression and other negative emotions, and cause cancer-related fatigue. As a new complementary replacement therapy, music therapy can greatly reduce cancer-related fatigue, anxiety and depression, and achieve good clinical results, but there is a lack of evidence-based medicine. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of music therapy on cancer-related fatigue, anxiety, and depression in patients with digestive tumors by meta-analysis. METHOD: Computer search of Chinese and English databases: Wanfang, VP Information Chinese Journal Service Platform, China National Knowledge Infrastructure, Chinese BioMedicine Literature Database and pubmed, embase, cochrane, web of science. A comprehensive collection of relevant studies on the effects of music therapy on digestive tract cancer-related fatigue, anxiety and depression, the retrieval time is from the date of establishment to March 2021. According to the inclusion and exclusion criteria, the literature is selected, the quality of the literature is evaluated and the data are extracted. The data are analyzed by meta-analysis. RESULT: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of music therapy on digestive tract cancer-related fatigue, anxiety, and depression by European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Core Questionnaire, Hamilton Depression Scale, and Hamilton Anxiety Scale . CONCLUSION: This study will provide reliable evidence-based evidence for the clinical application of music therapy in the treatment of digestive tract cancer-related fatigue and anxiety and depression. OSF REGISTRATION NUMBER: DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/UR4GV.
Music and Health Institute Terms
Anxiety; Anxiety Scales; Cancer; Depression; Emotional Functioning; Fatigue; Mood Scales; Music Listening; Music Medicine; Recorded Music Listening; Self-Report Measures
Anxiety; Depression; Digestive System Neoplasms; Fatigue; Mental Health; Quality of Life; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; Research Design
Meta-Analysis; Quantitative Methods
Chen, X., Wei, Q., Jing, R., & Fan, Y. (2021). Effects of Music Therapy on Cancer-related Fatigue, Anxiety, and Depression in Patients With Digestive Tumors: A Protocol for Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Medicine, 100 (22) Retrieved from https://remix.berklee.edu/mhi-music-mental-health/94