• Adolescent and Predictable and Unpredictable Elenents of This Transition and Associated Life-Stage
    legislation that requires the use of reflective thinking in practice by registered nurses, the next section addresses the Gibbs Cycle of what, why and overview of definitions of reflection. Nurses are becoming more aware of the need to utilize and improve their practice, as well as consider the...
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  • 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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  • Mode of Relection
    use and references are included for some of these. Gibbs’ model of reflection (1988) Description What happened? Action Plan If it arose again, what would you do? Feelings What were you thinking and feeling? Conclusion What else could you have done? Analysis What sense can you make of the situation...
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  • Miss
    Reflection is not just a thoughtful practice, but a learning experience”. (Jarvis 1992) This is a reflection on an incident that occurred during a shift on the labour ward. I have chosen Gibbs model of reflection (1988) to guide my reflective process. (Gibbs 1998) (Appendix I). Gibbs model...
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  • Reflection
    a later stage. Reflection within the profession of nursing is important. Within the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) Code of Conduct (2008) a stipulation of continued practice within nursing is further education and professional development throughout their working life while keeping skills and...
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  • Communication
    , evaluation, analysis and action planning (Mason-Whitehead 2008). The important aspects of this framework are that analysis should result in action planning to take learning forward (Mason-Whitehead 2008). Therefore, I will be using Gibbs cycle of reflection for this reflective account, as I feel...
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  • Learning Development Plan
    Professions Council (HPC, 2008). I shall write my reflection according to Gibbs model of reflective cycle Gibbs (1988). Quinn and Hughes (2007a) Describes reflection as a recollection of past experience. Nurses and Midwifery council, NMC (2008a) Code 38 states that Nurses...
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  • Refelctive Essay
    will use Gibbs’ reflective cycle (1988). Arguing on the basis of Gibbs’ theory, Somerville and Keeling (2004:1) propose that Gibbs’ framework is merited for ‘examining personal thoughts and actions’ in a clinical setting. Various research studies also make a reference to Gibbs’ framework and it is...
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  • Reflective Diary
    given me an opportunity to reflect my experience and problem analysis by Gibbs model of reflection. In addition I use the SWOB analysis (strength, weakness, opportunity and barrier) technique to discuss my capabilities. Everyone have their own strengths and weakness, I also have some weakness and...
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  • Reflection on Workbased Learning
    the difference to the type of healthcare they deliver [Hinchliff et al, 2003.] However, Hogston and Simpson [2002] emphasise that each situation reflected on must be treated as a unique event if the maximum learning is to be gained. In order to start the process of reflection Gibbs [1988] suggests...
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  • Assessment and care management
    This reflection essay is going to forms on an assessment tool that uses in my work setting of healthcare delivery. Reflexive exercise, which includes reflexivity that assists the development of emotional intelligence(Grainger 2010). It will use Gibbs(1969) reflective cycle to explain one of the...
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  • Explore a Relevant Aspect of the Nmc Code of Conduct Namely Team Working
    simple questions about other involved especially the professional and the patient. (Johns and Freshwater 2005) Gibbs (1988) pointed out that reflective model helps professionals to reflect on things that can be improved. The reflection cycle has six points: description of what is happening, feelings...
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  • Miss
    I will discuss a clinical skill that I have been practicing by using a reflective model. Reflection is defined as being ‘an active process of witnessing one’s own experience in order to take a closer look and explore it in depth’ (Johns, C. 2005). The Nursing and Midwifery Council believe that all...
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  • Reflection on a Brain Injury Clinic
    whilst also giving me the experience of working with a close knit multi-disciplinary team (MDT) in a small milieu. DESCRIPTION The reflection undertaken in this essay is structured using Gibbs (1998) and is structured using the six key stages and, therefore, begins with a description of the...
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  • Infection Control Essay
    Gibbs Model of Reflection (Gibbs 1988). Reflective learning helps practitioners analyse their experiences and how they think and feel about them before deciding whether they would approach the situation in a different way next time. In order to maintain confidentiality at all times for the patient and...
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  • Hand on or Hands Off the Perineum? a Reflective Essay
    Reflection can be defined as “a process of reviewing an experience of practice in order to describe, analyse and evaluate and so inform learning from practice.”(Reid, 1993) It is an important factor when working within any health profession and midwifery is certainly no exception. Schon (1991...
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  • Personal and Professional Development
    played a part in the outcome. By evaluating and analysing on these points the nurse can develop an action plan to support future clinical practice. From reflecting on clinical aspects a student nurse can make the transition to professional nurse. Gibbs (1988) model of reflection incorporates the...
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  • Re: Welcome
    Gibbs reflective cycle. First of all, after getting admission in Inscol Academy for the programme I planned to do this course in its main centre at Chandigarh. Because, this will help me in future when I go for my Second and Third semester in UK. Moreover, It wil What is reflection Gibbs model analyisis It skill Presentation Essay writing Using of virtual learing techniques(use of black board) Personal experience....
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  • reflective essay
    to improve knowledge from practice, there are several models of reflection aimed at directing individual reflection. Among them, the Gibbs’ model of reflection (1988, cited in Callara, 2008) has stages that include the description of the situation, feelings experienced during the situation, an...
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  • Reflection on Incident
    . The author is going to use The Gibbs Reflective Cycle to help her in the process of reflection, as reflection can be a difficult experience without the guidance and support of an expert. Description of Incident I was allocated in a day-surgery unit to do an orthopaedic minor list. When I got...
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