The Positive Deviance Wisdom Series is a collection of powerful stories about how the Positive Deviance (PD) approach has been used in the field. The Positive Deviance Initiative, in collaboration with the Social Justice Initiative in the Department of Communication at University of Texas El Paso, invites readers to explore the use of the Positive Deviance approach to address intractable social problems with local resources and wisdom.
- Maternal and Newborn Care
- Chinese: Nutrition（中文版：营养）
- Vulnerable Populations
- Dura L, Singhal A. Will Ramón Finish Sixth Grade? Positive Deviance for Student Retention in Rural Argentina. Positive Deviance Wisdom Series, Number 2, 2009.
- Buscell P, McCandless K, Singhal A. Saving Lives by Changing Relationships: Positive Deviance for MRSA Control and Prevention in a U.S. Hospital. Positive Deviance Wisdom Series, Number 3, 2009.
Shafique M, Sternin M, Singhal A. Will Rahima’s Firstborn Survive Overwhelming Odds? Positive Deviance for Maternal and Newborn Care in Pakistan. Positive Deviance Wisdom Series, Number 5, 2010.
- Dura L, Singhal A, Sternin J. Combating Malnutrition in the Land of a Thousand Rice Fields: Positive Deviance Grows Roots in Vietnam. Positive Deviance Wisdom Series, Number 1, 2009.
作者：辛文德， 杰里•斯特因， 露茜娅•杜朗
- Dura L, Singhal A. Sunflowers Reaching for the Sun: Positive Deviance for Child Protection in Uganda. Positive Deviance Wisdom Series, Number 4, 2009.
This article, recently featured in Clinical Leader, discusses healthcare-associated infections and outlines the specific steps of the PD process that some pioneering hospitals are taking to reduce transmission.