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Royal Melbourne Hospital ‘Scrubs Choir’ sings Count on me

Royal Melbourne Hospital Scrubs Choir

During the course of COVID-19, we’ve seen the development of couch choirs with some amazing performances but this one might just take the cake. Two-hundred staff from the Royal Melbourne Hospital came together online to sing Bruno Mars’ song Count on Me to try and bring a bit of joy to the world.

Emma O'brien

Music therapist Dr Emma O’Brien OAM said the idea was inspired by “couch choirs” that have emerged during the lockdown.

Emma O’Brien OAM is an internationally renowned innovator in the role of music in wellbeing; specializing in facilitating the creation of original songs with individuals and communities. She is a singer, performer, music therapist, composer, researcher and entrepreneur.

Emma is the founder (1998) and ongoing lead of the music therapy service at The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH).

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