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