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Successful Adaptation of Appreciative Inquiry for Academic Medicine

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Topics Engagement/participation
Sectors Healthcare
Aspects of AI AI approach
Publish Date Aug 2010
No. of pages 5

Successful Adaptation of Appreciative Inquiry for Academic Medicine

Abstract

Health care communities are fast-paced, highly scientific and often quite hierarchical. Consequently, implementing narrativebased Appreciative Inquiry processes requires creativity and imagination. The University of Virginia Health System’s Center for Appreciative Practice is adapting Appreciative Inquiry methodology to meet the needs of a busy academic medical center by employing a team of clinician champions and organizational behavior specialists.

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Julie Haizlip, MD is assistant professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesia at UVA School of Medicine. Her clinical work is in Pediatric Critical Care. She has been a faculty member of the UVA Center for Appreciative Practice since its inception and is actively involved in facilitation and leadership training.

Contact: JAH4UB@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

Margaret Plews-Ogan, MD is chief of General Medicine, Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the UVA School of Medicine and director of the Center for Appreciative Practice and the Institute for Quality and Patient Safety at UVA. She was recently awarded a Templeton Foundation grant to study the development of wisdom in medicine.

Contact: MP5K@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu

Co-authors
While Margaret Plews-Ogan and Julie Haizlip are listed as the principal authors of this article, the contributions of the following co-authors were essential:
Fritz Angle, MD Professor of Radiology, Division of Interventional Radiology and Angiography University of Virginia Health System
Cathy Keefe-Jankowski, MTS Program Administrator, Center for Appreciative Practice University of Virginia Health System
Natalie B. May, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Research Division of General Medicine, Geriatrics, and Palliative Care University of Viriginia Health System
Caroline McDaniel, BSN RN Clinician IV, Interventional Radiology, University of Virginia Health System
John B. Schorling, MD
Harry T. Peters, Sr. Professor of Medicine and Public Health Sciences University of Virginia Health System
Diana Whitney, PhD President, Corporation for Positive Change

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