From June 10-18 2017 the fifth Healthcare Leadership School took place in Louisville (USA). 26 individuals, representing seven countries, 11 different health care professions and spanning five generations gathered for a week of interactive lectures, dialogues, reflections and sharing of experiences. This Healthcare Leadership School edition was a special one because of its initiation by previous participants and its collaboration between different organizations, including the University of Louisville Medical School and The Charter of Compassion.
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'I believe that the process of healing a person is incomplete without compassion. As I further my medical training I see more and more that our healthcare system indirectly discourages genuinely compassionate care and, at its worst, actively works to extinguish the compassion in providers. I am involved with HLS because I want to help bridge the widening gap between modern medicine and holistic health, to reconnect providers with the passion that originally motivated them to pursue healthcare: the compassion that inspires them to heal, body and soul, those who need healing.'