• Adolescent and Predictable and Unpredictable Elenents of This Transition and Associated Life-Stage
    acknowledge in the way nursing theory, for example can. Reflection is cognitive in relation to changes of things we do which is not a technique or curriculum element. Reflective practice enables practitioners to learn from their experiences and what they do, how they do it, what they say in relation...
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  • Reflective Models Used by Nurses
    some cases relatives This then enables the nurse to assess their actions and thought processes. There are various frameworks of reflection that one could choose and the examples used for this work is by Gibbs (1988), Johns (2000) and Benner (1982) Gibbs: Gibbs reflective cycle...
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  • Reflection
    This discussion will focus on the importance of reflective practice while bringing in an example of an event experienced in practice by myself and my mentor. Howatson-Jones points out that cycles of reflection help the user to define objectives and comprehend progression of skills and abilities at...
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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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  • 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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  • Reflective Account - nursing
    ritualistic practice in wound dressings and improve the patient’s recovery with evidence-based practice. Mooney and Nolan (2006) claim that reflection helps nurses to better understand and build on a body of nursing knowledge, which benefits the profession. Figure 1 Gibbs’ (1988) Reflection Cycle...
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  • Reflective Practice
    is an understanding of frameworks that encourage a structural process to guide the act of reflection. There are several reflective models or frameworks available to help learners engage in the process of reflection, and each model has its own strengths and limitations. Gibbs’ (1988) reflective...
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  • Reflective Study
    may quickly be forgotten, or its learning potential lost. It is from the feelings and thoughts emerging from this reflection that generalisations or concepts can be generated. And it is generalisations that allow new situations to be tackled effectively.’ (Gibbs 1988) As a part of my...
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  • Using Gibb's model of reflection, reflect on a challenging experience from practice
    Using Gibbs’ (1998) model of reflection, updated by Bulman (2012), reflect on a challenging experience from your practice and analyse the strategies used to manage it. 3276 Words The purpose of this essay is to reflect on a challenging situation I experienced during clinical practice as a...
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  • Reflections
    have elected the Gibbs (1988) reflective cycle which incorporates description, feelings, evaluation, analysis , conclusion and action plans to structure my reflection and deconstruct my chosen issue (Bulman 2008, p. 226). Due to the poor instruction given for this discussion l have chosen to...
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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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  • Nursing
    (1978) Fundamental ways of knowing in nursing. Advances in Nursing Science 1 (1) pp13-23 Gibbs G (1988) Learning by doing: A guide to teaching and learning methods. Oxford Further Education Unit, Oxford. Fitzgerald M (1994): Theories of Reflection for learning IN Reflective Practice in...
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  • Case Study
    medications and current condition. On admission of Mr. Scott, the writer decided to use the frameworks Roper Logan and Tierney (2000); Orem’s Self Care Framework (1995) and Gibbs (1988); which incorporates each tool of assessment known as, plan, implementation, evaluation, educate and reflection...
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  • Reflective Essay on Communication
    to use this cycle because it will improve my nursing practice continuously, and learning from the experience for better and improved practice. Gibbs (1988) reflective model consists of six stages. Boyd and Fales (1983) offer a useful definition of reflection, suggesting that it is “the process of...
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  • Reflection on a Brain Injury Clinic
    analysis stage and the changed perspective. Boyd et al (1985) suggest reflection to be an: ‘...important human activity whereby people recapture their experiences, consider them and evaluate them'. Reflection has been strongly advocated by the UKCC (1996) and a wealth of nursing literature during the...
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  • Mentor
    variations between them. Fisher (2007, [accessed online]) clarifies that the use of well documented behavioural practices can improve clinical outcomes when they are applied methodically, conscientiously and uniformly. To aid the reflection process Gibbs Reflective Cycle (1988, cited in Johns, 2000...
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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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  • Crtitical Incident
    relating to an experience or situation whereby the experience is explored through feelings and reasoning. (Cadman et al 2003). The Nursing and Midwifery Council (2003) highlight the importance of reflection in nursing practice and state that it is the process of enhancing personal and professional...
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  • Reflective Essay: Dignity and Respect
    Gibbs, G. (1988) Learning by Doing: A Guide to Teaching and Learning. London: FEU. Hinchcliff, S. Norman, S and . Schober, J. (2008) Nursing Practice and Health care. (5th ed) London. Edward Arnold Ltd. NHS (2008) Example of a reflective practice tool. Available at http...
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  • Personal and Professional Development
    which were occupying the ward in danger. The final part of Gibbs (1988) cycle of reflection is to make an action plan should this situation arise in the future. I feel that as I gain more experience of nursing a wider range of patients my confidence will grow. From experience the student nurse will...
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