• Celta Reflective Account - Teaching Practice
    My assessment of my strengths and weaknesses I had been teaching workers in the children and young people’s workforce for a number of years when I started the CELTA course. I already had experience of planning lessons, staging, timing and classroom management. I knew nothing about setting appro
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  • Effective Communication in Social Care- a Reflective Account
    This piece of work will describe a practice situation where I have used effective communication, backed up with some theories that demonstrate how to use knowledge, practice and skills. I also aim to discuss which skills and knowledge are needed in practice to promote effective communication. I am
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  • Reflective Account of Group Work
    In this piece work I shall give an outline of our presentation, talk about my role in the presentation, what I have learnt from the exercise and use feedback both from tutor and peers to talk about the effectiveness of our presentation. The presentation was about how to care for a diabetic patien
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  • Critically Reflective Portfolio Extract Related to One of the Nmc (2004) Standards of Proficiency for Pre-Registration Nursing Education, Allowing the Integration of Theory with Practice
    Introduction The aim of this assignment is to produce a critically reflective portfolio extract related to one of the NMC (2004) standards of proficiency for pre-registration nursing education, allowing the integration of theory with practice. The standard which is going to be explored will be to C
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  • Reflective Practice
    Reflective practice in nursing is considered an important aspect to nursing. Durgahee ( 1997) defines reflective practice as a process of learning and teaching professional maturity through the critical analysis of experience, whilst John ( 2009) up to date explanation of reflection is learning thro
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  • Reflective Practice
    This article was downloaded by: [University of Hong Kong Libraries] On: 07 April 2012, At: 11:51 Publisher: Routledge Informa Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954 Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London W1T 3JH, UK Reflective Practice: Internationa
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  • Reflective Study
    AKNOWLEDGEMENT During the reflective study, there a lot of partier giving helpful hand to make and finish my reflective study. Therefore, it will be unfair if I put a side their contribution rather. Firstly, the special thank goes to my helpful Staff Nurse Suhaini. The supervision and support tha
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  • Reflective Assignment
    Reflective assignment This essay is a reflective account on my experience within the introductory period of my practice when caring for a patient. The essay will give the definition of reflection. This reflective essay will help me demonstrate how my experience in practice has helped me achieve
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  • Reflective essay on communication
    I am a health care assistant (HCA) on an elderly care surgical ward and we nurse many different patients who have had elective surgery and corrective surgery after a trauma. I have a lot of contact with patients who suffer with dementia, ongoing confusion due to urinary tract infections and...
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  • Reflective Writing
    according to Platzer (1997) knowledge about reflection does not necessarily enable nurses to use reflection in a meaningful way in practice. The UKCC's report Fitness for Practice (1998) reaffirmed support for the idea of reflection declaring that students should be able to demonstrate critical awar
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  • Nurse Anesthetist
    THE CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST: OCCUPATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES, PERCEIVED STRESSORS, COPING STRATEGIES, AND WORK RELATIONSHIPS Tristan Roberts Perry Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the require
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  • As a Head Nurse
    We all must experience have responsibilities beyond our expectation and limitation as we can improve ourselves every now and then. Responsibilities are just within our shoulders as we go on with our lives we add more on to it due to the things we learn and experience and simply being a student nurse
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  • Reflective Professional Development Exercise
    Reflective professional Development Exercise Outline of the incident This incident occurred while I was working as a student nurse in my country. The incident involves a female patient, her relatives and the team members who were working in that particular day. There was a female patient admitted
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  • Describe the Reflective Journal
    Accessibility navigation * 0 - Access key details * 5 - Frequently Asked questions (FAQ) * 9 - Main University of Reading contacts University Of Reading Study Advice Internal, open access Reflective writing This guide is part of a series looking at particular areas of learning that
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  • Student Protection
    Self reflective account – Student Protection Training attended 19/3/08 On 19/3/08 I attended a formal training session and I learnt what Abuse is, different forms of abuse, how to recognize that somone has potencially being abused . I also learnt about the procedures in case of suspected or act
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  • Reflective Report Pttls
    PLANNING FOR LEARNING. Prior Teaching Experience. My initial teaching experience started shortly 2005. As a Social Worker I was involved in a Training Course for Carers provided by Day Care Centre I used to work in. I was responsible for lecturing the basics of Social Care and being available for
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  • Mentoring Student Nurses in Theatre
    Mentoring student nurses in theatre The Operating theatre is an alien environment for students and may be deemed hostile and uninviting. The role of mentors in such a specialised environment is to encourage interaction rather than passivity and utilise every learning opportunity that exists. Stud
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  • Evaluating the Student Clinical Learning Environment
    Introduction According to Dunn and Burnett1, the student learning environment consists of all the conditions and forces within an educational setting that impact learning. Shuell2 visualized the student learning environment as a rich psychological soup comprised of cognitive, social, cultural, af
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  • Development of Student Nurse-Driven Tools to Assess Learning Needs and Clinical Learning Environments in Order to Establish Guiding Principles for Maintaining High Quality Clinical Education
    DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT NURSE-DRIVEN TOOLS TO ASSESS LEARNING NEEDS AND CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR MAINTAINING HIGH QUALITY CLINICAL EDUCATION ABSTRACT This paper addresses two major factors of clinical education, namely: studen
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  • Clinical Experience of Student
    The Learning Experience of a student nurse, a critical analysis. Prepared By: Azores, Mae Ann A. BSN 3D2-6 Submitted To: Mr. Dennis Ubenia Eng5A- Instructor My learning throughout the first year has been helped by an unerring optimism in the value of nursing, and an appreciation tha
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