Outcomes

An increasing sense of empowerment, belonging and ownership of the project has led patients to:

  • Befriend and support other patients, involving them in activities outside the project.
  • Carry responsibility for setting up and maintaining aspects of the project, notably the planning and erection of Vanbrugh Community Garden and also contributing to public and social events including fundraising.
  • Set up and run a tea and crafts group open to the public
  • Engage in teaching sessions for GP registrars, contributing to newsletters and other material about the approach.
  • Some patients have taken up further study. Others are volunteering for local charities. Some have been able to go back into employment or started up their own businesses.

 

Evidence Base

Article from Journal of Pain Management
A peer reviewed evaluation of the outcomes for the initial cohort of 30 Kairos Patients
Kairos evaluation.pdf
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Anthroposophic Therapy for Anxiety Disorders:
A two-year Prospective Cohort Study in Routine Outpatient Settings
Click Here.pdf
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Long-term outcomes of Anthroposophic Therapy for chronic low back pain:
A two-year follow-up analysis
Click Here.pdf
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Anthroposophic Therapy for chronic depression:
A four-year prospective cohort study
Click Here.pdf
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