A title within the Nursing and Health Care Practice series, Beginning Reflective Practice provides pre-registration nursing and health care students with all the tools required to fully understand and develop skills for reflective practice, with the goal of becoming a successful reflective practitioner. Clearly written and highly accessible, this new edition includes a wide number of examples and illustrations to assist with learning and understanding, simple introductions to theoretical perspectives along with key developments in nursing including the growing role of e-learning technologies, the relationship between reflective learning and evidence-based practice, and the increasingly recognised linkage between reflection, professional judgement and accountability. Fully up-to-date in line with NMC standards, this is an indispensable text for every trainee reflective practitioner.
DRAFT Ch 1 - What is Reflective Practice? Ch 2 - Knowing Ourselves Ch 3 Frameworks for Reflection Ch 4 - Entering the Clinical Environment Ch 5 - Ways of Reflecting on Your Own Ch 6 - Ways of Reflecting With Others Appendix - Answers to Rapid Recap Questions