Mindfulness and psychology in IBD Free

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Mariyana Schoultz talks about the benefit of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on inflammatory bowel disease. Analysing data from a preliminary study in Scotland, Dr Shoultz concludes that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy can offer real improvements in quality of life for patients suffering from inflammatory bowel diseases.

This lecture was part of the 'Medicine and me: living with crohn's and colitis' event at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

This event was organised jointly with Crohn's and Colitis UK.

Date of lecture: 6th June 2015

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Length: 00:12:54

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:04:05 - What is mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBST?)
00:09:28 - Depression
00:12:39 - Conclusion
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Professor Robin Williamson, Immediate Past-President, RSM.

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Professor Qasim Aziz, Queen Mary, University of London.

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Dr Marsha Morgan, Reader and Consultant Physician, University College London.

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Professor John Hunter, Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.  

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Jack Andraka, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

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Jacky Owens, Immediate Past President, Hypnosis & Psychosomatic Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine.

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Martin James, Consultant Hepatologist and Gastroenterologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Jon Arcelus, Consultant Psychiatrist & Professor in Eating Disorders, Loughborough University. 

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Mike Blayney, Consultant Anaesthetist, Noble's Hospital, Isle of Man.

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