Medically Unxplained Symptoms: The BodyMind Approach (TBMA) to Promote Wellbeing in Primary Care

Project: Research

Project Details


Overview of MUS; TBMA and its embedment in UK NHS

Key findings

95% of participants would recommend the service to friends and family; 97% completed courses; decrease in symptom distress, anxiety/depression; increase in activity, and overall wellbeing. GP capacity increased due to participants no longer needing to visit their GP for their symptoms as self-managing/disappeared, A&E and hospital visits decreased.
The analysis of 39 participants engaged in the service delivery in one county in England (see 'Moving On' article) employed a 'reliable improvement' calculation.
Effective start/end date28/06/13 → …


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