A mindfulness program for people with breast, bowel or prostate cancer

Welcome to MindOnLine

MindOnLine is an evidence-based mindfulness program developed by leading experts to support people living with cancer.

We are conducting a trial to test MindOnLine among people living with breast, bowel or prostate cancer. MindOnLine is available for adults over the age of 18 who:

1. are currently living in Australia
2. have access to a computer or smart device, and
3. have completed cancer treatment within the last five years (it is ok if you are still receiving hormone therapy such as Herceptin or Androgen Deprivation Therapy)

If you are interested in participating you can register below. After you register you will be asked a series of questions to confirm if you are eligible to take part.

In this trial you may be allocated to receive immediate access to MindOnLine or delayed access to MindOnLine. When you have access to the program, you will receive two email reminders each day to encourage mindfulness practice to help build your routine.

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Thank you for visiting the MindOnLine website.

We have reached our recruitment target and have now closed registration for the study. Our results will be published mid- 2024.

We would like to thank you for your interest in being involved in the study.

If you have already registered and are part of the study, you can still login below using your email address and password.

For any further information, please email Dr Natalie Winter at natalie.winter@deakin.edu.au

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Project contact details

The project is led by Professor Patricia Livingston who has been developing supportive resources and interventions for people living with cancer and their family caregivers for over 25 years.

Dr Natalie Heynsbergh is the project manager, if you have any questions or for further information about the MindOnLine project please contact her on 03 9246 8225, 0419 263 117 or at natalie.winter@deakin.edu.au

Please contact the team if you have any questions.

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