MacLean, Heather.  Mindfulness for Medical School, Residency and Beyond.  Apple iBook.  August 2014. (Download iBook in PDF)

Book Chapter

C. Gonsalves. (2015.) Mindful Medical Practice: Clinical Narratives and Therapeutic Insights. Chapter 23 [Dobkin]. Switzerland. Springer International Publishing

Journal Articles

Gonsalves, C, Are You a Human Being or a Human Doing? The role for Mindfulness in Our Lives. International Journal of Whole Person Care. 2015; vol. 2, No. 1:50-52.

Koszycki, D., Thake J., Mavounza, C., Daoust, J., Taljaard, M., Bradwejn, J. Preliminary investigation of a mindfulness-based intervention for social anxiety disorder that integrates self-compassion and mindful exposure.  Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 22:363-374, 2016. 

Danilewitz, M., Bradwejn, J. Koszycki D.  The feasibility of a peer-led mindfulness intervention for medical students.  Canadian Medical Education Journal. 7:e31-e37, 2016.

Faucher J., Koszycki D., Bradwejn J., Merali Z., Bielajew C. Effects of CBT versus MBSR treatment on social stress reaction in social anxiety disorder. Mindfulness. 7:514-526, 2016. .

Koszycki, D., Bilodeau, C., Raab, K., Bradwejn, J. A multifaith spiritually-based intervention versus supportive therapy for generalized anxiety disorder: A pilot randomized trial.  Journal of Clinical Psychology. 70:489-509, 2014.

Koszycki D., Raab K., Aldosary F., Bradwejn J. Efficacy of a spiritually-based intervention for generalized anxiety disorder: A pilot randomized trial. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 66: 430-441, 2010.

Koszycki D., Benger M., Shlik J., Bradwejn J. Randomized trial of cognitive behaviour therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction in generalized social anxiety disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 45:2518-2526, 2007.

Koszycki D, Ilton J, Dowall, A, Bradwejn J. Does Treatment Preference Affect Outcome in a Randomized Trial of a Mindfulness Intervention versus Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder? Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy (Epub ahead of print).

Koszycki D, Guerin E, DiMillo J, Bradwejn J. Comparative trial of cognitive behaviour group therapy and a mindfulness-based intervention for social anxiety disorder: Preliminary findings. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 28(1), 200-218, 2021.

Albatnuni M, Koszycki D. Prayer and well-being in Muslim Canadians: Exploring the mediating role of spirituality, mindfulness, optimism, and social support. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 23(10), 912-927, 2020. 

Sanchez M,  MacLean H, Archibald D, Koszycki D,  Gonsalves C. Mindfulness in medical education students.  International Journal of Whole Person Care. 7, 3-11, 2020.

MacLean H, Braschi E, Archibald D, Sanchez-Campos M, Jebanesan D, Koszycki D, Gonsalves C. A pilot study of a longitudinal mindfulness curriculum in undergraduate medical education. Canadian Medical Education Teacher. 11(4), e5-e18, 2020.  

Makadi E, Koszycki D. Exploring relationships between mindfulness, self-compassion, and social anxiety. Mindfulness. 11, 480-492, 2020. 

Fiocco, AJ ,  Mallya, S, Farzaneh M, Koszycki D. Exploring the benefit      of  mindfulness training in healthy community-dwelling older adults using a mixed methods approach. Mindfulness. 10, 737-748, 2019.   

Danilewitz, M, Koszycki D, Maclean, H, Sanchez, M, Gonsalves C, Archibald, D, Bradwejn, J. Development and feasibility of an online mindfulness meditation program for medical students. Canadian Medical Education Journal. 9: e15-25, 2018. 

Grants Received

Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Project title: Bringing relief to caregivers: The effect of mindfulness training on psychosocial, biological and cognitive function in middle-aged and older adult informal caregivers of person with dementia. Amount received: $749,700. Investigators: Alexandra Fiocco (Principal applicant, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario) Diana Koszycki (Co-applicant, University of Ottawa) and Kristine Newman (Co-applicant, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario) 

Institut du Savoir Montfort. Project title: Development and evaluation of a brief online self-compassion intervention for psychiatric inpatients: A mixed methods pilot study. Amount received: $25,000.  Investigators: Diana Koszycki (Principal applicant, uOttawa) and Co-applicants Jacques Bradwejn (uOttawa), Jean Grenier (Montfort Hospital), Renée Proulx-Lamarche (Montfort Hosptial), Camille Daudelin-Peletier (Montfort Hospital), Celine Delluc (uOttawa), Myriam Veilleux (Montfort Hospital), Maude Cousineau (Montfort Hospital).

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