Invitation to "Benchmarking change in meditation practice" study - Discussion
Invitation to "Benchmarking change in meditation practice" study
Olivier S, modified 2 Months ago at 9/11/23 12:57 PM
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Hi all, Forwarding the invitation sent by EPRC member Julieta Galante about a new study that is looking for meditation teachers/therapists to interview about the evolution in time they expect in their students from their tradition and experience. Feel free to apply! I would be personally excited if someone like Shargrol was part of the panel ;)
The Contemplative Studies Centre at the University of Melbourne is commencing an exciting new study into how people’s meditation practice unfolds over time, titled Benchmarking change in meditation practice: A Delphi study. They are seeking experienced teachers of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Vipassana/Insight and Zen/Chan, and Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (MiCBT) therapists to get their perspective on how they understand this process. Participation involves undertaking three online consultation surveys. These will attempt to capture the kind of changes teachers and therapists expect in their meditation students with continued practice. This ground-breaking research seeks to draw on the experience of teachers and therapists working deep in the field of meditation across diverse communities. Participants will provide crucial input into work that will shape future research and support the flourishing of these practices. If you are interested in taking part, please provide your details to the research team by completing this Expression of Interest Form (https://melbourneuni2.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eJt1vjP1qSeReYe) as soon as you can, as the form may be closed by the end of September. More information is available on the Project Website (https://psychologicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/CSC/research/research-studies/delphi-study). If you have any questions or comments, you can email researcher Dr Julieta Galante at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to forward this information to any relevant individuals or organisations.
Chris M, modified 2 Months ago at 9/11/23 12:58 PM
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Olivier, I fixed the formatting of your message to make it readable. The font was too small for my old eyes, maybe even for young eyes.
- Chris M.
- Chris M.
Olivier S, modified 2 Months ago at 9/11/23 1:24 PM
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