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Compassion Cultivation Training for Nurses

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of implementing a Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) program for oncology nurses at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. The goal of CCT is to provide a structured and systematic way of cultivating daily-life skills needed to strengthen qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness for oneself and others. CCT typically includes (i) eight weekly 2-hour classes and (ii) daily practice. The in-class activities include ...


Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT): An Intervention for Caregivers

This study will begin a novel line of research on CCT in Denmark as a preventive intervention for caregivers of people suffering from a mental illness. The primary aim of the study is to investigate the effectiveness of a Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) course on psychological distress of informal caregivers.

Cognition and Emotion in Meditation: A Comparison Between Mindfulness and Compassion Standardized Programs

The study is aimed at comparing the differential effects of two widely used standardized meditation programs: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) in general population samples. To address this goal, the effects will be measured by self-report questionnaires belonging to different domains (mindfulness, compassion, well-being, psychological distress, and psychological functioning) as well as information processing measures (i.e., A...


CBCT for Parents of Children With Autism

The purpose of this study is to determine if caregivers of children with a developmental delay experience a decrease in stress by participating in a meditation/cognitive training protocol.

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Mindful Self-Compassion to Assist Emerging Adults With Diabetes Transition to Adulthood

The transition from pediatric to adult care is particularly difficult for individuals with Type 1 diabetes. It is hypothesized that a mindfulness-based intervention for individuals making this transition will contribute to personal psychological well-being, superior participation in health care, and more tightly controlled blood sugar levels. Young adults with Type I diabetes will complete an eight-week training program in Mindful Self-Compassion. Intervention effectiveness wil...

Social Interaction and Compassion in Depression

The purpose of this study is to determine how a CBCT® (Cognitively Based Compassion-Training) for couples affect aspects of health and especially social interactions in depressed female patients and their romantic partners. compare healthy and depressed couples during an instructed positive real-time social interaction in the laboratory. Furthermore the investigators aim to examine how social behavior and psychobiological indicators of health during real-time social interacti...

Cognitive-Based Compassion Training (CBCT) for People Living With HIV (PLHIV)

The purpose of the study is to examine the effects of cognitive-based compassion training (CBCT), a meditative practice based on Buddhist teachings, on long term emotional well-being and immune system improvement with people living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (PLHIV).

Effect of Nurse-Led Intervention Programme Professional Quality of Life and Psychological Distress in Nurses

Nurses often experience occupational stress, burnout and secondary trauma in their workplaces. Nurses face many stressful situations such as the death of patients, violence, acute conditions, the suffering of patients, which they are usually unable to control. Moreover, these situations are considered to be the daily routine of nurses. An essential aspect of reducing occupational stress is the individual empowerment of nurses. There are several interventional studies aimed at e...

Cognitively-Based Compassion Training for Breast Cancer Survivors

There is a growing number of evidence of how mindfulness training enhances psychological and physical well-being and coping strategies in patients with oncological illnesses. However, there are very few studies analyzing the efficacy of Compassion-Based Interventions on breast cancer survivors. The goal of this study is to analyze enrollment, participant satisfaction and adherence to program and differences in psychological well-being, health related quality of life, fear of ...

Effects of Compassion Training to Patients Undergoing HSCT on Biological and Psychosocial Parameters

The hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT) experience is emotionally and physically stressful for cancer patients who undergo this procedure. This study aims to evaluate the effects of Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT) on depression and anxiety symptoms, levels of resilience, hope and self-compassion in patients undergoing HSCT and their caregivers. As well as assessing the effects of CBCT on clinical conditions in patients and cortical activity and heart rate var...

Resilience Intervention for Critical Care Nurses

The Corporate Athlete® Resilience (CAR) Training Program is a 1-day training program that uses a holistic approach that focuses on moving between stress and strategic recovery to help build resilience and enable higher performance. The purpose of this RCT is to determine whether the CAR Training Program has significant impact on nurses' resilience and stress mindset in their personal lives and their working environment. Knowledge from this study can be applied to intervention...

Mindfulness-based and Compassion-based Interventions in Anxious-Depressive Symptomatology in Mental Health Services

The aim of this study is to assess and compare the benefits of two psychological interventions added to the usual treatment of patients who come to mental health. Patients will be randomly assigned to the following conditions: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy (ABCT) and a Treatment As Usual (TAU) Group. The participants in the two psychological intervention groups will also receive usual psychological/psychiatric treatment managed b...

Compassion Pilot Intervention Study to Enhanced Integrated Care for People With Severe Memory Problems

We developed the theory-driven 'Compassion Intervention', an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to address existing gaps in end-of-life care for people with advanced dementia. The Intervention consists of two core components: facilitation of an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to assessment, treatment and care; and education, training and support for formal and informal carers. The intervention is implemented by an Interdisciplinary Care Leader. Our primary aim is to...

Certified Nursing Assistants' Wellbeing

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs), who provide the majority of care to persons with chronic disease and/or cognitive impairment from Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, face tremendous job and home stress, and as a result absenteeism and job turnover are high. This is a preliminary study that will tailor Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) - a promising new program designed to cultivate greater self-care, and strengthen resilience and coping skills - for the CNA population a...

NRC:Improving Healthcare for Cognitively Impaired Elders and Their Caregivers

An multi-stage mixed-method design will be employed to obtain both qualitative and quantitative data to address two study aims: (1) Evaluate and refine the delivery Reducing Disabilities in Alzheimer's Disease (RD- AD) training to advanced practice nurses and (2) Evaluate and refine the implementation of RD-AD by advanced practice nurses in their medical settings.

Personality Style and Self Compassion in Postpartum Depression: An Online Prevention Study

The primary aim of this study is to assess the relationship between personality style, self-compassion and depression during pregnancy, to identify psychological risk factors, particularly personality styles, that may contribute to the onset of PPD. Additionally, the study will provide support for the effectiveness of Internet-based Compassionate-Mind Training (iCMT) as a prevention intervention for Postpartum Depression (PPD) for women in the 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy...

A Mixed Methods Evaluation of a Resilience Intervention With Psychoeducational Sessions for Critical Care Nurses

The purpose of this pilot study is to determine whether the combination of the Corporate Athlete® Resilience (CAR) Training Program and follow-up psychoeducational group sessions has significant impact on nurses' resilience and stress mindset in their personal lives and their working environment. Knowledge from this study can be applied to interventions in the future to improve resilience behavior.

Compassion-Focused Therapy for People With Severe Obesity.

This study aims to explore the effectiveness of a group psychotherapy intervention using Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) in adults with severe obesity. In particular, it aims to evaluate the principle that CFT can be used to reduce levels of shame and self-criticism in adults with severe obesity OBJECTIVES: The objective of the current study is to assess and compare a CFT group intervention to Treatment as Usual (TAU) with regard to psychological functioning, specifica...

Training Procedural Simulation of Nurses in Reducing Complications Related to Arteriovenous Fistula Puncture

Interest of training in procedural simulation of nurses in the reduction of complications related to arteriovenous fistula puncture in hemodialysis patients

A Grounded Theory Inquiry Into the Effects of Compassion Rounding

The primary objective of this study is to develop a theoretical framework for the effect of "Compassion Rounds" on critical care patients, their families and friends, physicians, and other health care providers. The secondary objective of this study is to evaluate and interpret data to determine best practice recommendations for replicability.

Self-Compassion and Acute Pain

Research on self-compassion suggests its impact in the context of pain. In the current study, the investigators evaluate a short self-compassion intervention for coping with acute pain.

Development of a Web-Based Course to Maintain Skills in Nurses Trained to Screen for Dysphagia

This research aims to facilitate the successful implementation of the new Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario dysphagia screening model for acute stroke patients. The objectives will be 1) to determine the natural history of dysphagia screening skill decay, and 2) to assess the benefit of independent web-based practice and periodic feedback on screening skill maintenance. We will enrol a convenience sample of nurses who currently work with stroke patients but who have had no...

Attention Training Technique and Mindful Self-Compassion

The design of the study is a randomized controlled trial. A total of 80 students with self-reported symptoms of stress/anxiety/depression will be invited to take part in a 3-session course consisting of either attention training or self-compassion/mindfulness based meditation. Attention training involves modifying metacognitive control and enhancing attention flexibility so that people can refrain from responding to intrusions with extended processing. Self-compassion involves ...

Effects of Aerobic Exercise Training on Nurses' Sleep Quality, Fatigue, Attention and Cortisol Profile

Shift work in nursing has been found to result in sleep disruption and sleep deprivation, and in sleepiness or fatigue at work. Slow reaction, insufficient attention and poor judgement often come with increased fatigue, which contributes to a high risk of accident and patient safety. Studies have shown that aerobic exercise is helpful in promoting high sleep quality. The study is conducted a prospective parallel randomized trial is performed to 60 nurses with low sleep quality....

Compassion-Focused Therapy for Chronic Pain

This research aims to study how Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) might work for people with chronic pain. People with chronic pain may feel shameful about their condition and this type of therapy aims to help people to view themselves and their difficulties in a kinder, less critical way (i.e. self-compassion). Currently, no research is available on the effectiveness of CFT in helping people with chronic pain. Participants attending a CFT-incorporated Pain Management Programme...


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