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Wellness Tool in Anesthesia Providers

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Wellness Tool in Anesthesia Providers

This study will examine the effects of Isha Kriya meditation on stress and burnout among healthcare providers.

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Behavioral - Isha Kriya Meditation

Isha Kriya (IK) meditation is a meditation that can be learned quickly and requires approximately 12 minutes, twice a day practice. This regimen was chosen because it excels in simplicity and is a great way to introduce meditation to beginners. It does not incorporate a spiritual or religious focus. It was developed by the Isha Institute of Inner Sciences, a nonprofit foundation located at McMinnville, Tennessee.

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Guided Meditation as a Wellness Tool in Anesthesia Providers

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NCT03844308

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