The OMC provides insight on research, training, and the latest news and information across the field of mindfulness.
Mindfulness without Borders – trauma adapted mindfulness for displaced people
A project which explores whether a trauma adapted mindfulness skills training could offer a new approach to improving the well-being of displaced people. The project was funded by the OMC Access Fund.Read More
Volunteering Opportunities at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre
The OMC are accepting applications from individuals who would like to be involved with our operations team on a voluntary basis. This team is responsible for the day-to-day management and delivery of our teaching and training in MBCT.Read More
MBCT Accessibility Fund 2019 – open for applications
The Oxford Mindfulness Centre Accessibility Fund is now accepting applications for 2019.Read More
Is Mindfulness Relevant to Medical Education?
Good doctors are empathic, compassionate and reflective. They are able to take care of others as well as themselves. Yet, there is little agreement on how medical schools encourage these qualities. Dr Lucy Harrison explores the role of mindfulness in training doctors.Read More
Mindfulness Courses for Staff in Higher Education
The Oxford Mindfulness Centre has recently launched a new initiative to offer tailored mindfulness classes to staff working in the higher education setting. Ruth Collins writes about workplace mindfulness and the OMC's plans to take the initiative to staff in universities across the UK.Read More
Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore wins Royal Society Prize
Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, one of the principal investigators on the MYRIAD project, has been awarded the 2018 Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize for Inventing Ourselves: The Secret Life of the Teenage Brain.Read More
Mindfulness in Everyday Life – Developing a ‘To Be’ List by Liz Lord, MYRIAD School Liaison at the OMC
Have you thought about trading in your 'to do' list for a 'to be' list?Read More