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Non-pharmacological therapies become more important in the management of Parkinson's disease (PD). Among these, mindfulness meditation is the subject of high expectations. This intervention, such as the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction-based (MBSR) stress reduction program, have shown effects on psychological distress, motor and non-motor disorders, and quality of life. However, the data is still very frail and the conditions for practical use are still very uncertain. The objective of the study is to determine the feasibility of a standardized MBSR program in Parkinsonians patients.

Clinical Trial Description

Recent interest has developed in non-drug methods in the management of PD, especially for non-motor signs since recent years. Numerous studies have been investigated this issue, particularly in regard to mindfulness meditation approaches. Nowadays, the mindfulness-based stress reduction program (MBSR) is the most studied in medicine ([18]). The MBSR program has been studied in Parkinson's disease in numerous studies ([24], [3], [1], [9]) and the program compliance is reported as variable,from high (80%, [24], [9]) to modest (50%,; [3]), with little data on acceptability. Mindfulness meditation in the management of Parkinson's disease is the subject of high expectations for patients and their caregivers but the scientific literature is still very frail and the conditions for practical use in our country remains still very uncertain. What is the feasibility and acceptability of a standard MBSR-type program? For which type of patients? For which symptom (s)? What are the benefits, constraints and / or adverse effects felt? If a nationwide interventional trial were to be proposed, what would be the primary objective? What would be the ideal design? The MBSR program is a standardized group program (10 to 20 people) over 8 weeks. The program is progressive and structured, essentially practical, participatory and interactive, encouraging and supportive. The MBSR program will be supplemented by two visits (1 month before and 1 month later) including: a global clinical evaluation (MDS-UPDRS), a cognitive evaluation (MOCA and TAP battery), depression (BDI-II) and anxiety scales (PAS, self-questionnaire), sleep (Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index), pain (EVA) and quality of life (PDQ-39). In addition, a qualitative interview on the expectations of the program will be carried during the pre-program interview and a qualitative descriptive evaluation on the acceptability, the adverse effects and the feeling of the program during the post-program interview. ;

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NCT number NCT05180643
Study type Interventional
Source University Hospital, Bordeaux
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date February 17, 2020
Completion date November 23, 2021

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