T.H. Chan School of Medicine; Department of Family Medicine and Community Health; Tan Chingfen Graduate School of Nursing
Laël Ngangmeni ('23, MD/PhD) and Dr. Hugh Silk are joined by Ken Peterson, a family nurse practitioner and assistant professor in the Graduate School of Nursing, to reflect on his experience as a nurse during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Recorded August 2021.
Ken Peterson's piece "An Appreciative Inquiry Narrative" and the transcript for this episode are available for download as additional files.
HIV, AIDS, patients, family nurse practitioner, primary care, appreciative inquiry, deserving, helping, respect, families
Medical Education | Medical Humanities
Rights and Permissions
© 2021 Hugh Silk, Lael Ngangmeni, Ken Peterson, Qiuwei Yang
DOI of Published Version
Silk H, Ngangmeni L, Peterson KS, Yang Q. (2021). Season 2, Episode 4: An Appreciative Inquiry Narrative. Murmurs: Stories from Our Journey in Medicine. https://doi.org/10.13028/x3gt-0265. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/murmurs/12
Transcript for Season 2, Episode 4: An Appreciative Inquiry Narrative
Murmurs-Season2-Episode4-Peterson-An-Appreciative-Inquiry-Narrative.pdf (93 kB)
"An Appreciative Inquiry Narrative" by Ken Peterson