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Campbell Collaboration review examines mindfulness based interventions in schools
A newly published review by the Campbell Collaboration has examined the effect of mindfulness-based interventions in schools, summarizing 61 studies and synthesizing 35 studies, with a total of 6207 student participants.Read More
MYRIAD project study details published
The full details of a randomised controlled trial in the MYRIAD project, which is studying the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a mindfulness training programme in schools compared with normal school provision, have recently been published. This study protocol outlines the methods and design for conducting the study.Read More
What defines mindfulness-based programs? The warp and the weft.
New paper provides a framework to define the essential characteristics of the family of mindfulness-based programs (MBPs) originating from the parent program MBSR, and the processes which inform adaptations of MBPs for different populations or contexts.Read More
Summer school offers the chance to explore how the self can become highly fragile
Summer School leaders Melanie Fennell and Mark Williams describe the content of their 2017 workshopRead More
Frauke Eicker: a personal experience of taking an MBCT course
Read this blog from Frauke Eicker on her experience of taking an MBCT courseRead More
Willem Kuyken comments on happiness at work in the Guardian
Being consumed by work is not a pre-requisite for happiness at work - in fact, the opposite may be true, Willem Kuyken tells the Guardian.Read More
New mindfulness book inspires OMC healthcare masterclass
Dr Maura Kenny describes how physician and mindfulness teacher Ronald Epstein's new book was part of the inspiration behind her Masterclass.Read More