Developing the Reflective Healthcare Team

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Wiley, Jan 17, 2006 - Medical - 248 pages
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Team working and learning through reflection are both fundamental to quality healthcare. This book is the first to explore the use of the practices of reflection to develop health care teams that can deliver sustainable, high-quality personalised care.



Developing the Reflective Healthcare Team is structured in three parts which are about new views of reflective practice, improving team working, and the use of the TA2LK facilitative reflective process to develop high performing teams.

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Tony Ghaye is a key player in reflective practice. He is editor of the Reflective practice journal for Carfax Publishing /Taylor and Francis and director of the newly founded Institute of Reflective Practice in Gloucestershire. He has consultancy links in Hong Kong and knows with David Kember et al.

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