Monthly Archives: April 2016

Appreciative Inquiry

Facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge

This event brought together a diverse group of people from around the UK to discuss a range of approaches to facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge. Eight people from Wales (pictured above) attended the event which was jointly organised by Nick Andrews from Swansea University.It took place on Monday 21 March 2016 at

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A framework for appreciative conversations about dementia

In 2014, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and Taith Ltd discussed the development of a Dementia Care Pathway for the wards provided by the health boards Older Person’s Mental Health Services across North Wales. The result of this was a series of Appreciative Inquiry workshops to explore how this could be done in a meaningful

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