2019年，黃紹傑醫師代表香港中文大學，與香港警察心理服務課合作，參與Lifestyle Medicine for Enhancing Psychological Wellness in Police Officers: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial研究計劃，希望以(HEALTH BODY HEALTHY MIND)健康精神養生醫學計劃作為籃本，探討另類醫學對精神健康的成效:
Here is the summary of the research “Lifestyle Medicine for Enhancing Psychological Wellness in Police Officers: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial”:
This study will examine the feasibility and efficacy of lifestyle medicine for the enhancement of psychological wellness in police officers. The integrative lifestyle intervention is based on the “Healthy Body Healthy Mind (HBHM)” programme developed by the University of Melbourne.
“Healthy Body Healthy Mind (HBHM)” includes lifestyle psychoeducation, physical activity, nutrition and diet, relaxation/mindfulness, and sleep. These components are weaved with psychological elements such as stress management, cognitive restructuring, motivational interviewing, and goal setting strategies that are led by clinical psychologists. While lifestyle medicine has been recognised for centuries as a mean to improve physical health, the field of lifestyle medicine in the context of mental health is still in its infancy. Nevertheless, there is increasing evidence demonstrating the efficacy of individual components of lifestyle medicine (e.g., diet, physical activities, and sleep) on mood and stress management. With a well-researched lifestyle medicine programme adopted from Australia, the research team of the Chinese University of Hong Kong has customised the intervention protocol to fit the Chinese culture, and has conducted a pilot trial to test the protocol across different communities and work populations. We aim to examine the effectiveness of an integration of multiple lifestyle adjustments on psychological wellness from a holistic body-mind perspective.