Resident Physician Perspectives on Mindfulness Education in Residency: A Multispecialty Qualitative Assessment of Clinical Care Impact,
Journal of Graduate Medical Education

Drs. Vincent Minichiello and Sarah Webber of University of Wisconsin–Madison found that residents that completed a 10-hour mindfulness training program reported enhanced perspective-taking and relationship-building between themselves and their patients in clinical settings across medical and procedural specialties. 

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Personalized Mind-Body Medicine in Integrative Oncology: Meeting the Moment with Each Patient
The Journal of Integrative and Complementary Medicine

By Kavita K. Mishra, David Victorson, Darshan H. Mehta, and David R. Vago

Personalized medicine in cancer is an emerging approach to patient care in which certain individual characteristics are used to guide therapeutic decisions.1 Ultimately, the goal is to execute the right intervention for the right patient at the right time. In this era of personalized medicine, how does one effectively tailor the mind–body medicine (MBM) prescription for individuals with varied needs and circumstances who are on their cancer journey?


“Living Well with Chronic Pain”: Integrative Pain Management via Shared Medical Appointments
Pain Medicine

Dr. Mladen Golubić of University of Cincinnati found that patients suffering from chronic pain that participated in a multidisciplinary, nonpharmacological treatment approach via shared medical appointments experienced reduced pain and improved measures of physical, mental, and social health without increased use of opioid pain medications. 

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