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Happiness or hopelessness in late life: A cluster RCT of the 3L-Mind-Training programme among the institutionalized older people To explore the effectiveness of a new mental health promotion activities programme by including the criterion variables of happiness and depressive mood.A single-blinded, clustered, randomized and controlled trial.A list consisting of the names of elderly residents was provided by the senior social worker at a geriatric institution. The participants recruited (...) for the study were living on one of four different floors that had separate and non-interfering spaces and having comparable disabilities. The researchers randomly assigned residents on two floors as members of the intervention group; the other residents were considered the control group. The intervention groups attended 6 weeks of the 3L-Mind-Training programme, whereas the control group only engaged in regular health promotion activities. The mini version of the Chinese Happiness Inventory was adapted
Effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Art Therapy on Healthy Quality of Life in Women with Breast Cancer. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of mindfulness-based art therapy (MBAT) in promoting quality of life in Neyshabur women with breast cancer.This study was an interventional design that was conducted on 124 women with breast cancer (any stage) in Iran 2018. One hundred and fourteen women with breast cancer were paired by age and randomized to either 12-week MBAT
The Healthy Heart-Mind Trial: Randomized Controlled Trial of Melatonin for Prevention of Delirium Delirium is a serious medical condition with increased incidence in at-risk surgical populations. We sought to determine if melatonin use reduces the incidence of delirium in individuals undergoing major cardiac surgery.Randomized double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial (two arms, 1:1 allocation, parallel design).The trial took place in two metropolitan hospitals (public tertiary and private
Mindfulness Training and Yoga for the Management of Chronic Non-malignant Pain: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness Mindfulness Training and Yoga for the Management of Chronic Non-malignant Pain: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Mindfulness Training and Yoga for the Management of Chronic Non-malignant Pain: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness Mindfulness Training and Yoga (...) for the Management of Chronic Non-malignant Pain: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness Last updated: September 20, 2019 Project Number: RC1185-000 Product Line: Research Type: Devices and Systems Report Type: Summary with Critical Appraisal Result type: Report Question What is the clinical effectiveness of mindfulness training for chronic non-malignant pain in adults? What is the clinical effectiveness of yoga for chronic non-malignant pain in adults? What is the cost-effectiveness
Core IM: Mind the gap on prescribing meds day vs. Night part 1 Core IM: Mind the Gap on Prescribing Meds Day vs. Night Part 1 – Clinical Correlations Search Core IM: Mind the Gap on Prescribing Meds Day vs. Night Part 1 May 12, 2019 2 min read Podcast: | Subscribe: | For a transcript of the podcast and show notes: Time Stamps Why do we dose warfarin at night? (2:45) Back to the basics – what are the pharmacodynamics of warfarin and how does vitamin K intake matter? (4:28) Practical matters – so
Effects of a modified mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for family caregivers of people with dementia: A pilot randomized controlled trial Caregivers of people with dementia experience high stress levels. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy has been found to be effective in reducing stress and improving the psychological well-being of several populations.To explore the feasibility and preliminary effects of a modified mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for family caregivers of people (...) with dementia.In a single-blinded, parallel-group, randomized controlled trial, 36 caregivers of people with dementia were randomized to either the intervention group, receiving the 7-session modified mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in 10 weeks; or the control group, receiving the usual family care and brief education on dementia care. The brief education sessions were similar in frequency and duration to the intervention group. Various psychological outcomes of caregivers were assessed and compared
Mind the gap on unstable angina Core IM: Mind the Gap on Unstable Angina – Clinical Correlations Search Core IM: Mind the Gap on Unstable Angina March 28, 2019 1 min read Podcast: | Subscribe: | Join us for Part 2 of our who, what, why exploration of unstable angina… does it even still exist and what should we do about it? || By Steven R. Liu MD and Janine Knudsen MD || Peer Review Dr Norma Keller MD || Graphic Design by Gaby Mayer For a transcript of the podcast and show notes: Time stamps
Mind the gap on ACS and the TIMI risk score Mind the Gap on ACS and the TIMI Risk Score – Clinical Correlations Search Mind the Gap on ACS and the TIMI Risk Score February 27, 2019 2 min read Podcast: | Subscribe: | In this 2-part Mind the Gap episode, we explore – and pick apart – everything you thought you knew about unstable angina || By Steven R. Liu MD and Janine Knudsen MD || Graphic Design by Ramon Thompson || Peer Review Dr Norma Keller MD Time Stamps The basics – what is acute coronary
Mind-Body Interventions, Psychological Stressors, and Quality of Life in Stroke Survivors Background and Purpose- Psychological stressors, including poststroke depression, poststroke anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder, are highly prevalent in stroke survivors. These symptoms exact a significant toll on stroke survivors. Clinical and research efforts in stroke recovery focus on motor disability, speech and language deficits, and cognitive dysfunction while largely neglecting (...) psychological stressors. Evidence suggests mind-body interventions in other chronic illness populations decrease symptoms of depression, regulate immune responses, and promote resilience, yet similar studies are lacking in stroke populations. This review aims to synthesize evidence of the effects of mind-body interventions on psychological stressors, quality of life, and biological outcomes for stroke survivors. Methods- A systematic search of PubMed, PsycINFO, and CINAHL was conducted from database
Efficacy of Internet-Delivered Mindfulness for Improving Depression in Caregivers of People With Spinal Cord Injuries and Chronic Neuropathic Pain: A Randomized Controlled Feasibility Trial To explore the feasibility and efficacy of web-based mindfulness training for carers of people with spinal cord injury (SCI).Randomized controlled feasibility study with 3-month follow-up.Community setting.Spouses or family caregivers (N=55) of people with SCI and chronic neuropathic pain were recruited via (...) the direct care team and advertisements. Participants were older than 18 years (no upper age limit), with Internet access for the duration of the study. Participants were randomly allocated to an 8-week online mindfulness training intervention (n=28), or to receive 8 weeks of psychoeducational materials on SCI and chronic pain (n=27).An established web-based, mindfulness training course was delivered over 8 weeks. Participants completed 10 minutes of mindfulness practices, twice per day, 6 days per week
Mindfulness based intervention with an attentional comparison group in at risk young adolescents: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Risky behaviors are related to poor outcomes among young adolescents. This study piloted a mindfulness based intervention, Learning 2 Breath Mindfulness Curriculum, focusing on the feasibility of programming and intervention effects on coping, affect, and trait mindfulness among at-risk adolescents. Further, the mindfulness based intervention was compared (...) to an attention intervention.Sixth-grade level female students in a boarding school for at-risk youth randomly allocated to either the mindfulness intervention (n = 12) or an attention intervention (n = 11) for six weeks. Outcomes (i.e., primary coping, positive affect, and trait mindfulness) were assessed before and after the interventions.Intervention groups did not differ in demographics or outcomes at baseline. Twenty-two of 23 (95.7%) registered participants attended all of the sessions. Participants
Comparative evaluation of group-based mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive behavioural therapy for the treatment and management of chronic pain: A systematic review and network meta-analysis Comparative evaluation of group-based mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive behavioural therapy for the treatment and management of chronic pain: A systematic review and network meta-analysis | Evidence-Based Mental Health Log in using your username and password For personal accounts (...) OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? Search for this keyword Search for this keyword Main menu Log in using your username and password For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? You are here Comparative evaluation of group-based mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive behavioural therapy for the treatment and management of chronic pain: A systematic review and network meta
Does the intervention of mindfulness reduce levels of burnout and compassion fatigue and increase resilience in pre-registration students? A pilot study. In the current clinical working environment it is important that therapeutic radiography students are fully prepared not just clinically but emotionally for a working professional life. Mindfulness has shown promise, as a self-care strategy, in the improvement of burnout, resilience and compassion fatigue in other professions; however, it has (...) not been used with therapeutic radiography students.Eight pre-registration therapeutic radiography students were recruited to undergo a five week mindfulness course; six students from the year below were recruited to act as a control arm (no mindfulness). Data was collected using a series of validated tools at baseline, week five, month three and 12 months after the start of the study: RESULTS: The MBI-SS scale demonstrated 29% of the sample experienced emotional exhaustion and 43% increased cynicism
Mindfulness-based stress reduction for menopausal symptoms after risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (PURSUE study): a randomised controlled trial To assess the short- and long-term effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) on the resulting quality of life, sexual functioning, and sexual distress after risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO).Randomised controlled trial.A specialised family cancer clinic of the university medical center Groningen.Sixty-six women carriers
Interactive effects of pain catastrophizing and mindfulness on pain intensity in women with fibromyalgia The objective of this study was to examine the association between facets of trait mindfulness, pain catastrophizing, and pain severity in a sample of patients with fibromyalgia. Patients with fibromyalgia completed validated baseline and diary assessments of clinical pain, mindfulness, and pain catastrophizing. Multilevel modeling analyses indicated that the daily association between (...) catastrophizing and pain intensity was moderated by certain mindfulness facets. Our findings suggest that various aspects of mindfulness may interact differently with pain and catastrophizing, which may have implications for the design and testing of interventions targeting mindfulness and catastrophizing in fibromyalgia patients.
Mind the costs, too: towards better cost-effectiveness analyses of PBF programmes 30364408 2018 11 14 2059-7908 3 5 2018 BMJ global health BMJ Glob Health Mind the costs, too: towards better cost-effectiveness analyses of PBF programmes. e000994 10.1136/bmjgh-2018-000994 Chi Y-Ling YL School of Public Health, Imperial College London, London, UK. Gad Mohamed M School of Public Health, Imperial College London, London, UK. Bauhoff Sebastian S Center for Global Development, Washington, District
Study protocol of a randomized controlled trial comparing integrative body-mind-spirit intervention and cognitive behavioral therapy in fostering quality of life of patients with lung cancer and their family caregivers. Compared to cancers at other sites, lung cancer often results in greater psychosocial distress to both the patients and their caregivers, due to the poor prognosis and survival rate, as well as the heavy symptom burden. In recent years, making protocols of proposed or on-going (...) studies publicly available via clinical trial registries and/or peer-reviewed journals has benefited health sciences with timely communication of the latest research trends and improved transparency in reporting. However, such practice is yet to be a common sight in evidence-informed social work. Hence, this paper discusses the value of publishing protocols in social work research and presents the protocol of a randomized controlled trial that compares the effectiveness of integrative body-mind-spirit