• Mentoring and Enabling Learning in the Practice Setting
    enabling learning in the practice setting A reflective account of my experience of facilitating learning, assessing and teaching a student or co-worker, and how this experience will inform my future development within the mentor or practice teacher role. Student Number: 2930211 Word Count: 3150 Part...
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  • Educational Philosophy and Learning Theory Applied
    allow us act compassionately and justly towards our fellow human beings. I believe this is especially true when it comes to the education of future nurses. Upon consideration of the differing learning theories, I feel my beliefs are most closely grounded in social constructivism theory (SCT). The concept...
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  • Miss
    HLSC121 Health Assessment – Assessment Task 1: Reflective Writing As a health care professional, a vital process known as a Health Assessment which is, “the orderly collection of information concerning the patient’s/client’s health status” (Estest, 2010, p7) is used in order to formulate baseline...
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  • Learning Development Plan
    ( LDP) . Through out my account I shall maintain confidentiality and consent was obtained for any information that might be disclosed according to Health Professions Council (HPC, 2008). I shall write my reflection according to Gibbs model of reflective cycle Gibbs (1988). Quinn and...
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  • Study Skills
    useful study skill as it gave me a baseline on what Blood glucose monitoring was all about. Before the lecture I read through the notes provided on student central and I felt that when my Lecturer was going through the notes again in class I could engage more with what she was explaining. (Scullion...
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  • An Exploration of a Needs Orientated Approach to Care Planning
    care planning; Personalised care planning is essentially about addressing an individual’s full range of needs, taking into account their health, personal, social, economic, educational, mental health, ethnic and cultural background and circumstances. In order for...
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  • Reflection in Practice
    The Role of Reflective Practice 03 Time for Reflection 05 Pre-requisites for Effective Reflection and Supervision 09 The Process of a Supervision Session 11 Adopting a Mentoring Approach 12 Tensions and Anxieties in Practice Placement Learning for Students & Practice Educators ...
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  • Ethical Implications in Practice
    self reflective and abiding. Another essential part is confidentiality, for the healthcare provider and patient this helps gain trust and open communication, ensuring that the best possible care can be given. For many years now, dating back to 1893 the Nightingale pledge has been a guide for nurses, “...
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  • Nursing Theorist Grid
    Theorists’ Grading Criteria” document, located on the Materials page of the student Web site. Name: Thomas Miller Theorist Selected: Ida Orlando Description of Theory: “Orlando’s theory is a reflective practice that is based on discovering and resolving problematic situations”...
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  • Analysing Knowledge for Practice Option B: Reflective Account
    MODULE AC0683 ANALYSING KNOWLEDGE FOR PRACTICE OPTION B: REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT NAME : KALAIVANI A/P SHANMUGAM IC NO : 860405–43-5054 STUDENT ID : 10038190 WORD COUNT : 9838 INTRODUCTION ...
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  • Practice Education 1
    structures that underpinned an observed teaching session. The teaching session was titled: Early intervention in Psychosis, and the students were final year mental health nursing students, undertaking a 3 year Diploma in Nursing. The cognitive approach was used as the underpinning theory for this session; the...
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  • Personal Development Plan
    through Personal Development Planning. The rationale for doing this assignment is to enhance my professional development by undertaking an annotated reflective report. In this assignment I will focus and discuss my chosen theme which is Multi-disciplinary team working (MDT). This will mention roles within...
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  • Evaluating
    and my mentor (who is a trained nurse and health Visitor).After discussing the rationale behind my graded unit with my mentor And the baby’s parents, and had previously gained consent in the planning part of my Graded unit. I was aware that as a student nurse I must ensure that consent was...
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  • Mental Health and Substance Abust
    illness, affecting all individuals involved with the area of health. Nurses have a responsibility to be advocates for patient health as a part of their practice. The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) outlines a list of competencies which nurses must maintain and meet within their practice. The CNA framework...
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  • Developing a framework for critiquing health research
    complex and more suited to the needs of students engaged in advanced levels of study. The framework presented in this article addresses both quantitative and qualitative research within one list of questions. It is argued that this assists the ‘novice’ student of nursing and health-related research...
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  • Communication in health and social care
    health or social care. Our objectives are to enable you to: ll apply evidence-based psychology to enhance your therapeutic work; ll become a reflective thinker who does not draw on simplistic explanations for the behaviour of others; ll work more effectively as a member of a multiprofessional...
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  • Unit 009 Understanding Inclusive Learning and Teaching in Lifelong Learning
    undertake tasks. This can be defined as ‘particular ways of gathering, processing and storing information and experiences’ (Cuthbert, 2005). As all students have a particular style of learning, this knowledge as a teacher enables the inclusion of a variety of tasks within their teaching style. Fleming...
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  • Education 2011
    and the Emotional Bank Account Teaching today is a complicated and intricate profession to enter into. There are so many people with input and opinions to what should be done in the classroom and so many obstacles to overcome daily. Teachers have and emotional bank account that is being withdrawn...
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  • The Core Principles of Nursing
    Introduction: There are many different aspects to being a ‘good nurse’, but there are six core principles of nursing which have emerged through progression of the nursing profession, (DoH 2012). The core principles were brought in as a result of issues raised within the National Health Service (NHS)...
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  • Roles and Values
    course of study may take up to 6 weeks to complete. Introduction Did you know that in 2005, only 43% of nurses in the United States held baccalaureate degrees in nursing (National Council on Nurse Education and Practice)? At that time, the US Congress was advised to support efforts to raise that number...
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