Minding the Mindfulness Research in Healthcare: More Data on Diversity are Urgently NeededCooper Rowan Medical Journal
Amongst the myriads of applications of meditative practice, mindfulness meditation can be arguably the simple yet most evidence-based type of meditative method. This simple and age-old technique emphasizes upon cultivating in the practitioner a nonjudgmental awareness on a moment-to-moment basis. Mindfulness meditation was introduced to the American audience in the early 1990’s by Jon Kabat-Zinn, and beginning the early 2000s has seen an exponential growth trajectory that continues to this day. However, its rising popularity has given rise to considerable misinformation and misunderstanding as well.
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Citation InformationBasant Pradhan. "Minding the Mindfulness Research in Healthcare: More Data on Diversity are Urgently Needed" Vol. 1 Iss. 1 p. 65 - 69
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