Podcast - keeping mindful during difficult times

A valuable insight into how to maintain calm and manage stress

By Claudio Colaiacomo and Christopher Tancock - July 29, 2020  1 mins
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The life of a researcher is always a busy one but especially during times like these, when there are all too many pressures, distractions and stresses, it’s incredibly important that we do our best to keep both our bodies and our minds healthy. In this episode, we are joined by certified Mindfulness coach Claudio Colaiacomo who takes us through a taster Mindfulness session. So get comfortable, relax and see how easy (and effective) it is to take some time out for yourself and treat your mind to a bit of very welcome "TLC".

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Written by

Claudio Colaiacomo

Written by

Claudio Colaiacomo

As well as being Vice President for Academic Relations at Elsevier, Claudio Colaiacomo is also a Mindfulness trainer and coach.

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Written by

Christopher Tancock

Written by

Christopher Tancock

Christopher Tancock is Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Editors', Authors' and Reviewers' Updates and works on related communications projects. Based in Oxford, Chris has degrees in European studies and linguistics and  is founder of Pint of Life, a new initiative which delivers free life-saving skills into the local community.

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