Recommendations for monitoring and reporting harm in mindfulness for psychosis research release_vjkktmstnfe4hkhsydbovhdzti

by Lyn Ellett, Paul Chadwick

Published in British Journal of Psychiatry by Royal College of Psychiatrists.

2021   p1-3

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<jats:title>Summary</jats:title> There is increasing interest in potential harmful effects of mindfulness-based interventions. In relation to psychosis, inconsistency and shortcomings in how harm is monitored and reported are holding back our understanding. We offer eight recommendations to help build a firmer evidence base on potential harm in mindfulness for psychosis.
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