• reflection
     This essay aims to reflect upon a particular episode of care during the postnatal period, using a reflective cycle as a guide. The author will firstly discuss reflection and its implications in midwifery practice. Teekman (2000) states reflecting on one’s professional practice as self-empowering...
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  • Dream Job
    in nursing. My dream job would to be to hold a position as a Trauma Nurse.  As a Trauma Nurse, I would enjoy working in an Emergency Room setting, in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), or as a Life Flight Nurse.  With the interest in becoming a Trauma Nurse, I have performed the necessary research...
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  • Critical Incident
    Within this essay, the author will reflect on a critical incident using a reflective model. In order to guide the author undertake this reflection, Johns (2002) reflective model will be utilised. As the first stage of Johns reflective model asks for the description of the event, the descriptive...
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  • Communicaiton
    above. Conclusion In conclusion my reflection skills have developed through the production of this essay. Using a model of reflection has helped me to structure my thoughts and feelings appropriately. My level of awareness in relation to communication, and the importance of good communication skills...
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  • Reflection
    ). As reflection is integral part of nursing I have reflected my learning and experience in helping students to think about and Understand what they do, also to analyse experience ( Morton - Cooper and Palmer 2001). This enabled to rationalize why they...
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  • Reflection
    many things, which should be acknowledged. Qualified nurses are expected to deal with many situations. In reflection of this incident, I feel that Mr Bloggs should not have been isolated in the side room, even though he had an alcohol problem. He should have been assessed effectively to establish...
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  • Critical Incident
    patient. Patients are usually admitted from the emergency room or surgical area where they are first given care and stabilized to CCU, (NHS Careers). The management of the critically ill patient ranges from eye care(Appendix 1), oral care(Appendix 2), infection control, health and safety issues...
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  • nursing skills
    O’Regean H, Fawcett T (2006), Learning to nurse ; reflection on bathing a patient; Nursing standards 20,46,60-64. Miller J and Gibb S (2010) Care in Practice for Higher, 2nd Edit, pp 63-76 This essay is going describe the skills that student nurses need to demonstrate...
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  • Reflection in Nursing
    NurseGateway « 1st year reflection using Gibbs reflective cycle » Welcome Guest. Please Login or Register. Jun 26th, 2013, 06:57am NurseGateway Student Quarter Essay Bank (Moderator: Pure Maiden) 1st year reflection using Gibbs reflective cycle...
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  • Leadership
    used it in previous essays so am familiar with the contents of it. Many authors use the Gibbs cycle (1988) of reflection Gustafsson and Fagerberg (2004), Slater (2003) and Campbell (2004). I have used pseudonyms throughout, to protect confidentiality in accordance with clause five of the Nursing and...
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  • Reflective Practice
    INTRODUCTION In this essay, I will reflect upon my practice placements and discuss my development in relation to professional/ethical practice, care delivery, care management and personal/professional development. These are the four domains related to the learning outcomes required by the Nursing...
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  • Values for Professional Practice
    Introduction In this essay I will be reflecting on an episode of care in which I was involved in during clinical placement. I will be using the Gibbs (1988) reflective cycle, which consists of six stages; 1. Description – What happened? 2. Feelings – What was I thinking and feeling? 3...
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  • Reflective Practice
    providing an overview of reflection and mention the models used to guide this process. For the purpose of reflection the essay shall be written in the first person. I will reflect on one specific incident that I encountered in my experience as a neonatal nurse in one of the maternity hospitals which...
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  • A Reflective Essay of an Overseas Nurse
    This is a reflective essay which will address a recent experience gained from the Intensive Treatment Unit (ITU) that occurred during my placement and while under the Overseas Nurses Programme. This will utilize John’s Model for Structured Reflection (MSR). This essay will also be integrating the...
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  • Communication
    nursing situation (Kozier et al, 2008). By doing this it allows for a better understanding of how one thinks or reacts to situations, exploring these issues personally and honestly will enable for a better recognition and understanding. Continual reflection throughout practice is vital as this will...
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  • Recovery
    ENHANCING PRACTICE IN RECOVERY ROOM MODULE CODE: NS50015W | | STUDENT NO: 21155481 DUE DATE: 15 JANUARY 2013 INTRODUCTION The aim of this essay is to reflect on the role that I played in the post anaesthetic care of a 32 year old lady who came in to have a laparoscopic...
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  • Clinical Experience of Student
    and hand outs are recalled and reshuffled in the mind in order to carry out the best intervention suited for a particular situation. It was never easy for the a novice student nurse to be assigned in the OB ward or in the emergency room without sufficient knowledge about postpartum care or familiarity...
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  • dignity
     Introduction This essay is based on the recommendations used in Gibbs’ (1998) model of reflection. The model has enabled me to look at the cycle objectively, providing me with the ability to process thoughts and new information in a logical order, helping improve my skills, knowledge and...
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  • Nursing
    safe environment: Basic Life Support Matthew, A 2010, ‘Rescuing the deteriorating patient’, Australian Nursing Journal, vol. 17, no. 9, pp. 31-33. Barbetti, J & Lee, G 2008, ‘Medical emergency team: a review of the literature’, Nursing in Critical Care, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 80-85. Australian...
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  • Leadership skills
    handover of shift, or notes were plastered in areas where staff congregated such as nursing station, pantry and treatment room. However, communication between the manager and staff was often confusing, full of double meaning and ambiguity, since there was no opportunity to clarify the misconception...
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