• Nursing Reflection
    of IM injections and my knowledge within this area developed. The first stage of Gibbs (1988) model of reflection requires a description of events. I was asked to administer a drug to a patient via IM injection. I had observed this clinical skill on a variety of occasions and had previously...
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  • aha moment in nursing
    Reflection on a clinical skill Abstract This essay will discuss a clinical experience in which I feel more competent in practicing. I will use a reflective model to discuss how I have achieved the necessary level of competence in my nurse training programme.The reflective model I have chosen to...
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  • Communication Leads to Successful Nursing Practice
    . This model is a recognized framework that will help me to reflect what was going on during my 16 days of clinical placement in one of major government hospital. Gibbs model of reflection consist of six stages where the stages link with each other making a continuous cycle to facilitate critical...
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  • Reflection
    The assignment critically discusses a reflective practice with regards to a clinical placement I undertook. In the following critical incident that I encountered I will utilize the Gibbs Reflective Model. Gibbs reflective model is fairly straightforward and encourage a clear description of the...
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  • Intramuscular Injection
    The clinical skill I have chosen to reflect on is the administration of Intramuscular (IM) injections. I will use a reflective model to guide me in my reflection. The Gibbs reflection cycle features, description, feelings, evaluation, description, conclusion and an action plan (Gibbs 1988). The...
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  • Core Skill: Blood Pressure
    pain, requires less expertise and is not as effective as invasive blood pressure monitoring (Wicker & O’Neill 2010, Kingsnorth & Bowley 2011) The author’s clinical placement was based in an anaesthetic room where non-invasive blood pressure was monitored frequently on a day to day basis. The...
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  • Reflection
    clinical competencies up to date. Matthews (2004) explains that reflection is an important tool for clinical development. Rolfe (2011) provides the argument that reflection is just as important and works alongside evidence based practice. Schon (1991) cited in Howatson-Jones (2011) describes the...
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  • Reflection
    Module Title: The Foundations of Nursing: Care, Compassion and Communication The purpose of this essay is to reflect upon a recent clinical placement focusing on the development of my own communication skills. For the purpose of reflection the essay will be written in the first...
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  • Care Delivery
    the care I provided, the skills I developed in my specialist placement, plus my learning since the commencement of my nurse training. Personal learning and self-reflection will be identified. I shall be using Gibbs (1988) Reflective Cycle to consider my practice. Gibbs (1988) Reflective Cycle looks...
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  • Critical reflection essay
    than non-indigenous people meaning that critical reflection tools may need a change and there has been a wide curricular reform in medical education (Ewen, Mazel and Knoche, 2011). Clinical reflection in clinical placement is the best way to learn for nursing students (Henderson, 2011). Change is...
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  • Mentorship
    REFLECTION : 1 The aim of this assignment is to critically reflect on the experience of mentoring and assessing a student in clinical practice. As the student was on a twelve week placement the assessment process will be discussed regarding the benefits and challenges of student orientations in...
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  • critical relfection
     The concept of critical reflection is defined by looking back on past experiences, learning and gaining better knowledge and understanding. It is a fact that critical reflection is a vital part of nursing and has been found to optimize patient care and therefore is a fundamental part of the...
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  • Mentorship for Health and Social Care Practitioner's
    ' style followed by the 'theorist' style. These styles support role-modelling as a good strategy for facilitating learning as it gives students a chance to observe and reflect upon what they see. On placement, the author encouraged the student to use reflection to analyse her clinical decisions. The...
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  • Life Journey
    reflection of experience. However, Rolfe et al (2001) has criticised Johns stating that he has not made provisions for “How would I do it next time”. Therefore closing the cycle as solved. In light of this I will use Gibbs (2004) reflective cycle to facilitate me as this can be repeated making it a...
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  • Reflection on Nursing Handover
    writing is considered a key component of portfolio assessment because it provides evidence of skills development and increasing clinical competence (Smith 2005). What is reflection? Reflection is defined by Wilkinson (1996) as an active process whereby the professional gains an understanding of...
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  • Critical Incident Analysis
    ). In order to follow the Gibbs model of reflection, the remainder of this section will now concentrate of examining the description of the incident and the feelings of those involved. The incident that I wish to discuss arose during my first week of clinical placement in an older adult psychiatric...
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  • Learning and Assessment in Practice
    supervision is essentially a method for reflection which we encourage students to do throughout their clinical and academic placements, and which we as registered staff nurses use in our own practice. Learning styles are described as the ‘preferred or characteristic manner in which an individual approaches...
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  • Reflective Essay on Interpersonal Skills
    In this assignment, I need to reflect on the situation that taken place duringmy clinical placement to develop and utilise my interpersonal skills in order tomaintain the therapeutic relationships with my patient. In this reflection, I amgoing to use Gibbs (1988) Reflective Cycle. This model is a...
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  • Clinical Practice
    practical experiences encountered when on clinical placement (Boud et al 1985; Bulman & Schutz 2008; Sharples 2009). Using Gibbs (1988, adapted) reflective cycle, students are encouraged to share and explore their experiences. Students’ reflection were analysed with synthesis of the whole intakes...
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  • Reflective Essay
    identified problems. It is important that windows of learning opportunities are created for reflection to be done and thus help both the mentor and mentee for future progression. Stage 1: Description Susan, a third year student nurse, is in her penultimate clinical placement of her three...
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