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, July 14, 2015

Last week, roughly 40 public and private sector leaders gathered at Swansea University in Wales for an open discussion on what the best wellness interventions would be for the country—and how they could be put into action. It was the first Global Wellness Institute roundtable for this small, but innovative, nation, and the conversation was wide-ranging, from Ruth Hussey, Wales’ chief medical officer explaining the ways the country is pushing for a healthier population and economy, to keynote speaker Dr. Franz Linser arguing that the “luxuries of the future will be invisible: time, silence, mindfulness and space” (a few “wellness resources” Wales knows well…).

Spa Business called it a gathering of “high-level, cross-discipline experts,” and you can read their coverage here.

 

 

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