Nov 2022 - School-based mindfulness training in early adolescence: what works, for whom and how in the MYRIAD trial?

Journal Club

This month we are featuring a published article exploring school-based mindfulness training in early adolescence: what works, for whom and how in the MYRIAD trial?

In a nutshell: 
• Well powered study
• Very high utilisation of resources to fund RCT
• Co-design absent

Discussion questions?
• Would trauma-informed approaches avoid harm?
• What would you do differently
• How would you improve work in this area?

Download the full article.

Review the slideshow overview and context.

Next month’s paper
• Please send ideas to cmhs@mcri.edu.au
• Please select open access articles where possible so that we can share the paper on Mental Health Centre and increase access to literature and share knowledge
• Amanda is happy to review and present or you can if you’d like to present it yourself.

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