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The study evaluates the effects of the Mindfulness Training for Primary Care (MTPC) Portuguese-adapted version on heart rate variability during a demanding cognitive task. The study also evaluates the effects on mental health, quality of life, self-regulation and behavior outcomes. The study will also complete the MTPC cultural adaptation process for Brazilian culture.
This single-arm, pre-post, non-randomized, unblinded, pilot trial evaluates the effects of Mindfulness Training for Primary Care (MTPC) Portuguese-adapted version on heart rate variability during a demanding cognitive task, i.e., Sustained Attention to Response Task (SART). Secondary aims are the following: 1) to measure pre/post outcomes for a) mental health (anxiety, depression, stress); b) quality of life; c) self-regulation (self-compassion, mindfulness, interoceptive awareness, difficulties in emotion regulation); and to determine the rate of d) chronic disease self-management action plan initiation; and 2) to complete the MTPC cultural adaptation for Brazilian culture through a) Satisfaction and Suggestions Survey; and b) Interviews of MTPC Group Leaders about their experience teaching the program Portuguese-adapted version.
Mindfulness Training for Primary Care
Cambridge Health Alliance
Cambridge Health Alliance
Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-02-17T18:20:49-0500
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