By Dr. Michael Caampued
AIHO Partner, Consultant on Health Governance, and former President
As I was leaving, heaving from carrying two heavy bags down four flights of stairs, I reminisced with a dreary heart the moments I have spent with my beloved housemates in Krakow. I did not disturb my sleeping German roommate, who ironically promised to wake me up to say goodbye. I lived within Kazimierz since end of September 2018, which was the old Jewish district where Spielberg’s famed “Schindler’s List” was filmed. Man, Poland was beautiful and I can’t believe I’m leaving…”.
I never would have predicted that I would find myself at the end of a two-year Erasmus + (Europubhealth) scholarship obtaining a double Masters’ in Public Health from