IN LOVING MEMORY OF
23.2.1943 - 25.1.2016
I was introduced to Lars Heslet by Inge and Niels Eje (Musicure) and Lars made significant contributions to the book "The Art of Dying". He compassionately mentored me throughout the testing of AngelKIT. I am deeply grateful for his guidance and support.
Lars Heslet's legacy and impact on the field of end-of-life care will continue to inspire and touch the lives of many. He was a true visionary, and his dedication to improving the lives of others through his work will always be remembered. Though Lars is no longer with us, his memory will forever live on through the grief resources and his invaluable mentorship and advice from a doctor's perspective. We extend our heartfelt thanks to him for his invaluable contributions."
The creation of MusiCure stems from the interdisciplinary project ‘Musica Humana’, initiated in 1998 by Professor, MD Lars Heslet from the Copenhagen University Hospital together with composer Niels Eje, and since 2000, independent researchers and healthcare professionals have carried out a series of clinical research studies using MusiCure.
The results of these studies and controlled trials are currently published in a number of international medical journals such as: Heart & Lung – The journal of Acute and Critical Care, European journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, Pediatric Anesthesia, and others. See Research