Mindfulness-based interventions in the workplace: An inclusive systematic review and meta-analysis of their impact upon wellbeing

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Mindfulness-based interventions in the workplace : An inclusive systematic review and meta-analysis of their impact upon wellbeing. / Lomas, Tim; Medina, Juan Carlos; Ivtzan, Itai et al.

in: Journal of Positive Psychology, Jahrgang 14, Nr. 5, 03.09.2019, S. 625-640.

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title = "Mindfulness-based interventions in the workplace: An inclusive systematic review and meta-analysis of their impact upon wellbeing",
abstract = "Given the demanding nature of many professions, efforts are ongoing to develop initiatives to improve occupational wellbeing, including mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs). To assess the efficacy of MBIs, meta-analytic procedures were conducted on 35 randomized controlled trials derived from an earlier inclusive systematic literature search (covering all occupations, MBIs, and wellbeing-related outcomes). Mindfulness had moderate effects on deficit-based outcomes such as stress (SMD = −0.57), anxiety (SMD = −0.57), distress (SMD = −0.56), depression (SMD = −0.48), and burnout (SMD = −0.36), and moderate to small effects on asset-based outcomes like health (SMD = 0.63), job performance (SMD = 0.43), compassion and empathy (SMD = 0.42), mindfulness (SMD = 0.39), and positive wellbeing (SMD = 0.36), while no effects were observed for emotional regulation. However, the quality of the studies was inconsistent, suggesting more high-quality randomised controlled trials are needed.",
keywords = "meditation, meta-analysis, Mindfulness, occupational, wellbeing, Psychology, Health sciences",
author = "Tim Lomas and Medina, {Juan Carlos} and Itai Ivtzan and Silke Rupprecht and Eiroa-Orosa, {Francisco Jos{\'e}}",
year = "2019",
month = sep,
day = "3",
doi = "10.1080/17439760.2018.1519588",
language = "English",
volume = "14",
pages = "625--640",
journal = "Journal of Positive Psychology",
issn = "1743-9760",
publisher = "Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group (GB)",
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