Nursing Faculty and Staff Publish Appreciative Inquiry Articles
Pace faculty and staff recently published two articles:
- Appreciative Inquiry: An Innovative Initiative for Continuous Improvement in Doctoral Education, and
- Appreciative Inquiry: Twenty Years of Change and Innovation in a School of Nursing’s Quality Improvement Process.
Appreciative Inquiry (evaluating outcomes through a positive lens) is changing the culture of the Lienhard School of Nursing, from one where faculty, staff, and students take a problem-oriented approach to one where we are on a quest for quality.
Lienhard recently gathered health care thought leaders for a webinar on Appreciative Inquiry in nursing education. The dean and Lienhard professors, along with Jeanie Cockell, EdD, author of the influential book, “Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education: A Transformative Force” addressed Appreciative Inquiry: what is it, why use it, and how it is changing Lienhard’s culture. To access the webinar, email Sharon Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors of the article on AI and Doctoral Education include: Joanne Singleton, PhD, RN, FNP; Lucille Ferrara, EdD, MBA, RN, FNP; and Marie Truglio-Londrigan, PhD, RN. Authors of the article on change and innovation in Lienhard's Quality Improvement Process include: Joanne Singleton, PhD, RN, FNP; Lucille Ferrara, EdD, MBA, RN, FNP; Lin Drury, PhD, RN; Sophie Revillard Kaufman, DPS; and Joanne DeMarco.