Beginning Reflective Practice

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Nelson Thornes, 2003 - Medical - 206 pages
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Series Information with an interactive approach to learning, this series provides everything a student needs for their Foundation studies across the healthcare disciplines. The books can be used together as a complete learning tool or individually as dip-in reference guides. Each book is pitched at the right level for first year students or those on Return to Practice courses.Each title is written by an appropriate specialist in a non-technical style.Case studies and reflective activities prompt students to analyse their own experiences.Links to practice appear in the margins to demonstrate how theory has a practical application.Key words and phrases are highlighted with an explanation for each appearing in the margin.Rapid Recap provides questions at the end of each chapter to test students' understanding of the chapter contents.Over to You sections encourage proactive learning, suggesting further activities for students to carry out and document in their portfolio.
 

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The contents and it's simplicity will asist nursing students to understand the concepts of reflective practice and very much so for those in the Pacific where English is the second language.

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fantastic book easy to understand very helpful in so many ways.

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Contents

What is reflective practice?
1
Knowing ourselves
32
Frameworks for reflection
71
Entering the clinical environment
106
Ways of reflecting on your own
135
Ways of reflecting with others
172
Answers to rapid recap questions
199
Index
202
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About the author (2003)

Dr Melanie Jasper is Principal Lecturer at the Institute of Medicine, Health and Social Care, University of Portsmouth and also the Editor of the "Journal of Nursing Management,"
Melanie Jasper is Course Leader for MSc Nursing Studies, MA Advanced Professional Practice in Healthcare and the Professional Doctorate in Nursing at the University of Portsmouth.

Dr Mansour Jumaa is Principal Lecturer of Health Care and Nursing Management at the School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, and is also Director of the Sussex Research and Development Centre for Work Based Learning (CWBL).

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