Pathways to Healing

Zablocki, Elaine
November 2006
Townsend Letter;Nov2006, Issue 280, p42
The article focuses on the strategies of employing transformational leadership to health care professionals as discussed by Dale Lick during the National Education Dialogue to Advance Integrated Health Care (NED) at Georgetown University in June 2005. In conjunction to the discussion of Lick, Georgetown University has been developing a curriculum aimed at developing and training better physicians. The university adopted a new mission statement aimed at rendering integrative and holistic care


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