Long-term follow-up of mind-body medicine practices among medical school graduates.
a Department of Emergency Medicine , Christiana Care Health System , Wilmington , DE , USA.
b Department of Psychology , University of Colorado Denver , Denver , CO , USA.
c Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center , Georgetown University Medical Center , Washington, DC , USA.
d Department of Anesthesiology , Georgetown University School of Medicine , Washington, DC , USA.
e Department of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology , Georgetown University School of Medicine , Washington, DC , USA.
f Department of Family Medicine , Georgetown University School of Medicine , Washington, DC , USA.
- Published Article
Informa UK (Taylor & Francis)
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2017
The results provide preliminary evidence that MBM training during medical school may be related over time to physician trainee self-care and patient care. Rigorous tests of these relationships should be conducted in future work.
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