CHA Center for Mindfulness and Compassion Research Team Wins Award at Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Network Forum

Our research team received a first-place award for best poster presentation at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Network Forum on Friday, November 16, at the J. B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School. The forum brought together over 300 individuals in the integrative medicine community to seed new ideas and opportunities through shared learning.

CMC’s poster, “Impacts of mindfulness training in primary care on patient self-regulation and accessibility,” was selected for first-place out of 45 submissions. Posters were judged on how well they highlighted research across the translational science spectrum. The winners were chosen for their innovation, rigor, and impact.

Richa Gawande, PhD, CMC Research Programs Manager, presented the work on behalf of the team of authors, who included My Ngoc To, BA (poster author), Elizabeth Pine, BA, Todd Griswold, MD, Timothy Creedon, MA, Alexandra Brunel, MA, Angela Lozada, BS, Eric B. Loucks, PhD, and Zev Schuman-Olivier, MD (Principal Investigator of study). Gloria Yeh, MD, MPH, presented the award.