Building on the Positive: Using Appreciative Inquiry to Teach Students and Residents

Tuesday, April 10 2018 @ 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM

Fairbanks Hall (FS) ,5005

Presenter(s): Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, PhD
Audience: Faculty

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Physicians and scientists are traditionally taught to be problem-solvers: we identify what is going wrong and develop a plan to solve the problem. However, an alternative approach in medical education is Appreciative Inquiry (AI), which adopts a strengths-based approach to identify ‘what is going well’ with a situation, and how those strength areas can help learners overcome challenges.

In this session, participants will explore the concept of AI in the context of medical education. Using activities and cases, participants will:

  • Define appreciative inquiry, and describe how the approach is useful in medical education
  • Identify situations when AI might be a useful approach to advise and mentor learners
  • Practice using AI techniques in conversations with learners
About presenter:
Krista Hoffmann-Longtin is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, and an Assistant Dean in the IU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development. Her work focuses on faculty development, organizational/professional identity, and strategic communication in academic health settings. Before returning to university life, Krista worked as an advertising account executive. She earned a BA in Telecommunications from Ball State University, an MA in Communication and Creative Arts from Purdue University, and a PhD in Education Leadership and Policy Studies at Indiana University.
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