In the research undertaken by Kemper and Danhauer (2005), there was an analysis of the population and the different demography regarding the impact of the quality of life of the patients. It was determined that in each section, there was a general improvement in the wellbeing of the people and increase in the sentiment regarding the quality of care. It was also found that the music therapy enabled the dying people to form positive reinforcements and interactions with the people. The researchers have used secondary qualitative and descriptive data to analyze the impact of the music and end of life care programs. It was found from the data that 57% of the patients responded that the music therapy enabled them to gain more tolerance and feel more relaxed. The nurses and the employees who were employed for the end of the life care of the patients state that they felt the patients to be more open, and reduction in anxiety levels were observed. In one of the programs, the patients were allowed to be more actively involved in the development of the music and this helps them deal with the consequences of the end of life programs. In one study, the music interventions for the end of the life pointed out that the people were able to tolerate their pain and were able to better accept their situation, leading to a more receptive state.