Informing Mindfulness: A Strategy for Record Keeping and Data Sharing

This is a research project undertaken as a masters project at the Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice.

The dissertation was submitted in September 2016, and is available from Bangor University:
Informing Mindfulness: Developing an Information Strategy and Plan, Kenneth Lunn, 2016

The research question addressed is: how can nationally collected data and information support the mindfulness community in the implementation, development and research of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs), and more generally provide insight into the effects of mindfulness on the health and wellbeing of individuals?

This website provides the detailed model used as part of the research, the detailed results of a questionnaire completed by 61 mindfulness teachers and researchers, and the final recommendations. For the background result and to understand how the recommendations arose from the modelling, interviews and questionnaire, it is necessary to read the dissertation or any related publications.

Enquiries: email ken@kenlunn.com


Read the full research proposal