AI Practitioner - International Journal of Appreciative Inquiry. Appreciative Inquiry is a positive relational approach to change.

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AI Practitioner August 2012 - AI Research Notes

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Topics Healthcare
Sectors Healthcare
Aspects of AI AI steps
Publish Date Aug 2012
No. of pages 5

AI Practitioner August 2012 - AI Research Notes

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The Experience of Using Appreciative Inquiry in the Patient Pathways Project.  The report discusses a study that involved a number of agencies working together to develop a coordinated service for patients, so they could go from service to service as they needed, confident that these moves would be timely and useful for the stage of recovery they were at. This was a complex development, with different agencies having different histories, staffed by people with different backgrounds. The Study was known as the Patient Pathway Pathways for Infection Control Study.

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Lena Holmberg has a Ph.D. in Educational Research, worked as a consultant and manager in an IT company and started the AI consulting company Apprino. With Jan Reed, she was guest editor of the November 2007 issue of AI Practitioner which focused on AI and research.

Contact: lmholmberg@gmail.com
Website: lenamholmberg.blogspot.com

Jan Reed, B.A, Ph.D., R.N. has been involved in research for many years. She has a nursing qualification, and teaches and supervises healthcare students at Northumbria University. She is well known for her ground-breaking book, Appreciative Inquiry: Research for Change.

Contact: jreedhexham@gmail.com

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