- •We found this mindfulness intervention feasible for our sample of critical care nurses.
- •Stress significantly decreased from baseline to follow-up across all nurses.
- •Findings demonstrate that irrespective of meditation experience and how many minutes meditated, stress levels decreased.
- •Brief interventions that support on-the-job self-care and stress-reduction may prove useful in critical care hospital settings.
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