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Courageous people that promote this idea and don’t step back

Johannes
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Transformation through awareness, aroha and political action

Brigid
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More people on the ground, less people sitting in offices

Leah Pointon
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More compassion mental health whether self medicating or not

Sarah quell
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to integrate itself with naturopathic holistic patient care.

Erin Hudson
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A community focus on health care vs. disease management.

Denise Gour
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Well rested staff who are not overworked.

Jo
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to understand the science and economics of compassion

Janie
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hope

Janie
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love, empathy and compassion.

Jourdan
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Deeper human interaction

Martin
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leaders who serve and clinicians who lead for patients

Dan
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More patient centered , compassionate and honest physicians.

Evita Fernandez
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physicians brave enough to be human,authentic and real

sue
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more booklets like my Stigmabusters to teach young children

Alison Smith
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Medical staff need to learn and use peoples names, say hello

Heidie
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I’m an ex RN, love volunteering as a massage therapist.

Margot Hays
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Smiling at one another,stop judging each other.

Marwa
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to remember they wouldn’t be here if not for the patients

Rosemary
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More Heart-centred touch.

Brendan Devlin
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More compassionate leaders

Karen
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genuine compassion for the care providers

Amy Bedan Poff
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More time with patients; support for more robust primary care

Amy Bedan Poff
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To stop calling us patients and remember we are people.

Caro
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A liberal sprinkling of the ‘Time to care’ book in every healthcare facility

Julie
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to value CARE as a therapy.

sarah Hoath
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Treat every patient as if they were a member of your family

Sarah Hoath
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a non-profit single-payer system

Laura Krome
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Less drugs and more compassionate touch.

James
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…to focus less on money and more on wellness

Eli Pendleton
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Treat your patients like you want you or your beloved to be treated

Sabine
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A genuine team approach to support patients, families, and staff

Marty
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A focus on compassion rather than profit.

Sharon M.
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Humane patient load expectations based on quality of care.

Lois Luckett
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more eye contact , big open smiles and caring touch

kerrie
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More Smiles and Laughter!

Simone
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more sympathy

Chronis Tasioudis
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Fully embrace compassion.

Anna Maria
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Mindful & empathic listening to our patients & each other.

Janine
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Respect elderly patients desire to keep living.

Birute Macys
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More time and caring for each patient. They are not machines

Jenny
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to remember that the “patient” is a human being

Anna
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To change from being dollar driven care to patient centred c

Judy Hitchcock
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Empathy, love

Auxi
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More Happiness!

Stephanie
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That moment that inspired us to care to be remembered.

Amanda Cox
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Daily ‘successes and care’ stories to accelerate mind shifts

Katie inker
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Mindfullness as a paper in all undergraduate schools

Tania PenaiaRyan
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Educate team re the energy caregivers bring to patients

Lisa Benner
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More Money More Doc & Nurses More Communication More Respect

Julie Smythe
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to promote more JOY in service to one another!

Stephanie
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Care needs to be underpinned by the love of one another

nikki Thomas-Roberts
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Respect for patient autonomy and promotion of individuality

Zoe Joblin
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humanity and mindful compassion, starting with our selves….

Fran
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Whole person care

Amos
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Greater focus on HEALTH and on CARE

Kathy Torpie
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Recognition & strengthening of the good within it already

Gauri
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Leaders who role model compassion successfully

Helen King
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Recognition of feelings

April
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More celebration, less blame, more education, less training.

April
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Patient’s perspective and compassion in our hearts!

Stephanie Turner
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trust that we all know how to heal

Diane
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to be seen as a basic human right, to get the politics out of it, to not expect to be profitable but to be self sustaining

Kristin
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Recorded consultations

Mitzi Blennerhassett
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To better integrate physical, behavioral & spiritual health

Stephanie
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Bridges that openly link all approaches & philosophies

Richard
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leadership that truly values and nurtures compassion

Meredith
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To create the right environment that brings forth wellness

David Hanna
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a loss of egos and encouragement of humility

Daniel Baden
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more self-compassion

Meredith
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community= communication in unity

cath crock
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more joy

cath crock
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Nourishing food for all our patients!

robin
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To create a healthy and safe working environment for all

Heart Admin
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more lovin’

rachel
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to pay more attention to people

Yasmine
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More hugs!

Robin
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we should be more conscious of the language we use

thinkbox
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More laughter!!

thinkbox

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