A Controlled Study of a Group Mindfulness Intervention for Individuals Living With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.


BACKGROUND:This study aimed to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of a mindfulness-based intervention for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (MI-IBD). DESIGN:Treatment-as-usual control versus mindfulness-based stress reduction intervention. METHODS:Sixty patients participated in either the MI-IBD (n = 33) or treatment-as-usual group (n = 27) conditions. The MI-IBD consisted of an 8-week mindfulness-based stress reduction training group. Outcome measures were administered at baseline (before intervention), immediately after intervention, and 6 months after intervention. Primary outcomes included measures of quality of life, psychological distress (depression and anxiety), and mindfulness. Data for MI-IBD group participants also included weekly attendance, daily minutes meditated, and satisfaction with the program. RESULTS:There were no baseline differences between intervention and control groups on demographic variables or inflammatory bowel disease severity. Compared with the control group, the MI-IBD group reported significantly greater improvements in anxiety, quality of life, and mindfulness at after intervention, with reduction in depression and improvements in quality of life and mindfulness maintained at 6 months after intervention. CONCLUSIONS:Results demonstrate the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of a mindfulness intervention for patients with inflammatory bowel disease, with medium-to-large effects on psychological distress, quality of life, and mindfulness.


Inflamm Bowel Dis


Neilson K,Ftanou M,Monshat K,Salzberg M,Bell S,Kamm MA,Connell W,Knowles SR,Sevar K,Mancuso SG,Castle D




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