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Well-Being in the Workplace
New Research Grant Explores Programs to Improve the Well-Being of Healthcare Professionals in Mexico
December 1, 2021

The Center for Healthy Minds and AtentaMente are seeking to improve mental health, resilience and well-being in healthcare professionals with a new research grant funded by Templeton World Charity Foundation. This grant will allow two character-based intervention studies see if the effects of stress can be lessened in healthcare professionals in Mexico.

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Well-Being in Adults
Center Partners with Creative Destruction Lab, a New program at UW-Madison focused on health & wellness startups
June 16, 2021

The Center for Healthy Minds is a partner in the Creative Destruction Lab - Health & Wellness, a new program based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

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Well-Being in Adults
Community Partnership and Inclusion at Heart of New Neuroscience Approach
January 13, 2021

A recent paper explored a promising research framework that adapts research on well-being practices such as meditation to be more inclusive to underrepresented groups of people.

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Learning Well-Being
Research provides tools for achieving the “how” of well-being in daily life
December 7, 2020

Researchers at the Center for Healthy Minds introduce a new framework based on scientific evidence that suggests that well-being can be thought of as a set of skills that people can learn through practice in daily life.

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Well-Being in Adults
Mobile Mental Health Program Goes Beyond Mindfulness, Shows Promise in Reducing Negative Mental Health Symptoms
December 1, 2020

A new study from researchers at the Center for Healthy Minds and the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin–Madison suggests that a fully remote program administered on smartphones can also produce some of the benefits of in-person mindfulness interventions, including a reduction in symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress and an increase in feelings of social connection.

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Mind, Brain and Emotion
Researchers Launch Fully Mobile Study on Meditation and Depression
October 29, 2020

A team at the Center for Healthy Minds is starting new research to understand whether a mobile well-being app, the Healthy Minds Program, can improve depression for people living with the condition.