Effects of web-based mindfulness programs for cancer patients: integrative review of randomized clinical trials.





Mindfulness; Neoplasms; Internet-based intervention.


Objective: To analyze randomized clinical trials evaluating the effects of mindfulness-based processes offered over the internet, as a complementary treatment for patients with different types of cancer. Method: Specific search strategies were built for each database, with controlled and uncontrolled descriptors, Boolean operators and truncations. Searches for study selection were performed in the following databases: Pubmed / Medline, PsycoInfo, Web of Science and Clinicaltrials.gov. Results: 8 studies were included in the integrative review, 2 of which are still under development. A total of 714 specialists with a diagnosis of cancer of any type or location participated in the completed studies. Online investigations based on mindfulness evaluated in the included studies showed positive effects on relevant outcomes for patients' psychological health, such as anxiety, depression, mood, sleep, quality of life, stress, fatigue, post-traumatic growth, well-being, spirituality. Conclusion: Interventions based on mindfulness through the internet have if there are promising therapies for health promotion with a focus on quality of life and reduction of psychological distress.

Author Biographies

Daniela Maria Xavier de Souza, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Mestrado em Educação Especial pela Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2003). Trabalha como psicóloga da Universidade Federal de São Carlos, atuando na Unidade Saúde-Escola (USE/UFSCar). Está realizando doutorado no Programa de Pós-Graduação em Enfermagem, da UFSCar. Tem experiência na área de Psicologia, com ênfase em Psicologia da Saúde, atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas: psicologia clínica, psicologia da saúde e saúde coletiva.

Ledjane Neves de Oliveira Schaeffer Greve, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Master's Degree in Health Sciences from the Postgraduate Program in Nursing at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCAR). Graduated in Nursing from the Faculty of Medicine of Marília (Famema). Member of the Cochrane Crowd, the Cochrane Collaboration's digital platform that connects researchers to activities related to systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

Mônica Jordão de Souza Pinto, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Nurse, administrative technician in education, Federal University of São Carlos. Graduated in Nursing from the Federal University of São Paulo (2005-2008). Specialization in Nursing Services Management from the Federal University of São Paulo (2012-2013). Master's Degree in Nursing from the Federal University of São Paulo, research line Management in Health and Nursing Services (2014-2015). Specialization in Occupational Nursing by FMU (2016-2017). Doctorate in progress at the Federal University of São Carlos, thematic axis "Evaluation and education in health" (2020-2024). Member of the research group "Nucleus for Assessment and Health Education".

Marcelo Demarzo, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Physician and Researcher specializing in Mindfulness and Health Promotion. Full Professor at Escola Paulista de Medicina - UNIFESP. Full Advisor and Vice-Coordinator of the Master's and Doctoral Program in Collective Health at UNIFESP (Post-Graduate Stricto Sensu). Full advisor at the Doctoral level of the Graduate Program in Organization Administration at FEARP-USP. Professor of the Discipline of Primary Health Care, School of Medicine, Faculty São Leopoldo Mandic de Campinas-SP Graduated from FMRP-USP (Faculty of Medicine of Ribeirão Preto - USP) in 2000, PhD in Pathology at USP in 2005, and Post- Doctor in Mindfulness and Mental Health from the Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain in 2012-2013 Specialist in Family and Community Medicine, and in Sports and Exercise Medicine Collaborator Researcher at USP and at the Universities of Zaragoza and Valencia (Spain), Harvard University ( USA), and University of Oxford (UK) Senior Fellow of the International Primary Care Research Leadership Program (Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford) since 2012 Senior Fellow of the International Complementary & Integrative Medicine Research Leadership and Capacity Building Program (Australian Research Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine (ARCCIM) since 2020 Has experience in Preventive Medicine, Style Medicine and Life and Primary Health Care (APS) Focuses on Mindfulness, Health Promotion, Implementation Science, Mental Health, Lifestyle Medicine, Longevity, Primary Health Care (APS), and Technological Innovation in Health Coordinator of the Open Mind - Brazilian Center for Mindfulness and Health Promotion (https://mindfulness.unifesp.br/) Coordinator of the Specialization in Mindfulness at UNIFESP He is an honorary member of the Advisory Board Committee of ACCESS MBCT (https://www. accessmbct.com/) Regular Member of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society Physician Member of the Brazilian College of Lifestyle Medicine (CBMEV) Productivity Scholarship CNPq Father of 3 children, 15, 10 and 6 years old.

Priscilla Hortense, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, Federal University of São Carlos/UFSCar. Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Nursing UFSCar (Management 2019-2021). Professor accredited to advise Master's and Doctor's degrees in the Graduate Nursing Program at UFSCar. She was coordinator (for 6 months) and vice-coordinator of the Graduate Nursing Program at UFSCar (2011-2015). She was the Coordinator of the Ethics Committee for Research with Human Beings at UFSCar (2016-2019). She was coordinator of the Graduate Nursing Program at UFSCar (12/2019 to 05/2021). She has a degree in Nursing from the School of Nursing of Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo (2000), Master's (2003) and Doctorate (2007) in Fundamental Nursing-School of Nursing of Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo. Research area: Assessment of pain perception.


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SOUZA, D. M. X. de; GREVE, L. N. de O. S.; PINTO, M. J. de S.; DEMARZO, M.; HORTENSE, P. Effects of web-based mindfulness programs for cancer patients: integrative review of randomized clinical trials. Research, Society and Development, [S. l.], v. 11, n. 1, p. e42311125110, 2022. DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v11i1.25110. Disponível em: https://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/25110. Acesso em: 9 feb. 2023.



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