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An evaluation of the Mindfullness-based Cancer Recovery Program

University of the Sunshine Coast
Jessie Destro (Principal investigator)
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Mindfulness-based interventions have received considerable support as complementary treatments for cancer patients.  Few studies have evaluated or explored cancer patients’ experiences within mindfulness programs such as the Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) proram.  The aim of this mixed methods quasi-experimental study was to evaluate a trial of the MBCR program and to explore 14 cancer patients’ experiences of participating in the program.  Data were collected for 10 participants using pre-post questionnaires and 7 participants completed a focus group interview.

Created: 01 07 2016 to 30 09 2016

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